By Olga Oliker, Richard Kauzlarich, James Dobbins, Kurt W. Basseuner, Donald L. Sampler
An evaluation of humantarian-assistance efforts by means of the interplay among civilian and armed forces companies within the early stages of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.
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They occurred in a period during which the Taliban frequently articulated complaints against the United Nations and the imposition of sanctions. ”22 The effort to manage the competing mandates of the UN agencies in Afghanistan was bound to create conflict, and the tension between the political and humanitarian components of the mission became more pronounced as the humanitarian and political situations continued their downward trajectory between 1999 and 2001. OpenDocument. 34 Aid During Conflict sanctions, in creating a Taliban backlash against the UN system (and even NGOs), exacerbated the difficult position of humanitarian assistance providers.
It was soon clear that the United States was not seriously considering any moves toward recognition of the Taliban regime. This perception was confirmed when the United States bombed Osama bin Laden’s camps in Afghanistan in 1998. 18 ____________ 16 The Appendix to this report contains a more detailed discussion of the drug issue. 17 Ahmed Rashid, Taliban: Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2001, pp. 161–167. , pp. 170–175. Afghanistan Before Operation Enduring Freedom 31 Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in early 1992, Russia, for its part, behaved more like a regional power than a superpower.
NGO and IO efforts—relying heavily on American funding—provided what social infrastructure there was in the country, as the Taliban and other local governments never attempted to address these social needs. stm 4 There was an overall cap on the number of UN aid workers in Afghanistan after the United Nations’ withdrawal. ) 5 UNDP/UNOCHA 6 Assistance for Afghanistan Weekly Update, Issue No. 429, p. 2. stm. S. assistance to Afghanistan through the spring and summer of 2001, in response to the growing humanitarian crisis.
Aid During Conflicts: Interaction Between Military and Civilian Assistance Providers in Afghanistan by Olga Oliker, Richard Kauzlarich, James Dobbins, Kurt W. Basseuner, Donald L. Sampler