Presidential Elections 2014

Unity Government in Kabul

Many Afghans hoped that the third presidential election since the fall of the Taliban in 2001 would bring the first democratic handover in the country’s history. more…

Democratic Handover in Afghanistan?

Successful presidential elections on 5 April 2014 would produce the first democratic handover in Afghanistan’s history. The vote also represents a milestone in the current transition phase. The organisation and conduct of the election process and the extent of proven manipulation will reveal a great deal about the progress of Afghan democratisation. more…

Group photo of the participants of the master programme "International Relations and Political Science" at the Institute of Diplomacy (IoD) with the German Ambassador Martin Jäger.

German ambassador visits the Institute of Diplomacy (IoD)

On occasion of the introduction of a new master programme "International Relations and Political Science" on March 05, 2014 at the Institute of Diplomacy (IoD) the German Ambassador to Afghanistan, Martin Jäger, gave a speech on German and European policy towards Afghanistan post-2014 and discussed with the course participants.

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Welcome

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is one of the political foundations of Germany. The Foundation provides an active and substantial contribution to international cooperation and understanding. The KAS' programmes in Afghanistan intend to assist in establishing a democratic state based on the rule of law, and support the development of an economic system.

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Previous events

Feb. 28
Experts' Meeting

Third KAS Kabul Roundtable

Electoral process and campaigning in Afghanistan

Nov. 20
Experts' Meeting

Second KAS Kabul Roundtable (with AAN)

Local Afghan Power Structures

Nov. 17
Workshop

"Trust building through joint activities"

Women's groups co-operation / Preparatory Workshop

Oct. 20
Seminar

Conference "Principles of Social Market Economy"

Publications

Unity Government in Kabul

Afghan handover undemocratic but peaceful

The Afghan constitution barred serving President Hamid Karzai from standing again in 2014. Thus, many Afghans hoped that the third presidential election since the fall of the Taliban in 2001 would bring the first democratic [...] more…

Democratic Handover in Afghanistan?

2014 Presidential elections are crucial

Successful presidential elections on 5 April 2014 would produce the first democratic handover in Afghanistan’s history. The vote also represents a milestone in the current transition phase. The organisation and conduct of the [...] more…

Women's groups co-operation / Fact Finding Mission

Workshop Report

As a follow-up initiative to the Federal Foreign Office funded conference "Shaping the future of Afghanistan and Pakistan" the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation's Kabul and Islamabad offices in autumn 2013 launched a comprehensive [...] more…

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Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Afghanistan Office

Wazir Akbar Khan
Kabul, Afghanistan
Phone +93 799 32 72 41

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