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Islamists, Leftists – and a Void in the Center.

Afghanistan's Political Parties and where they come from (1902-2006)

Thomas Ruttig presents a piece of work that is truly remarkable and unique in various regards. It is far more than a mere enumeration and characterization of political parties in Afghanistan, but rather an abstract of Afghan history with a particular focus on the development of organised political movements. more…

November 27, 2006

KAF-Newsletter 2

October 2006

The KAF-Newsletter gets released once every quarter. The content gives an overwiev of the projects of the foundation, our partners and events as well as it comments on news and development in Afghanistan. The first newsletter was published in May 2006. The second one in October 2006. more…

Country Reports | October 18, 2006


Contacts of former KAF-scholarship holders in Afghanistan

Since 2003 the KAF Kabul assigned all together 16 scholarships. To make it easier to get in contact to former and current scholarship holders we have now decided to create a platform for information exchange. more…

Country Reports | October 16, 2006


Parties Recommend Changes of the Electoral Law

The current electoral system based on the Single Non-Transferable Vote should not be used again during the next parliamentary election 2010 in Afghanistan. That was the consensus reached between participants of a workshop organised by the Kabul office of Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) on 20 and 21 September 2006 who represented different political parties and members of the Wolesi Jirga both independent and affiliated with parties. more…

Dr. Babak Khalatbari | Event Reports | October 2, 2006


Hurdles and Problems in Reporting


Event Reports | August 17, 2006