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Misja International Security Assistance Force w Afganistanie jako wyzwanie dla bezpieczeństwa międzynarodowego

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Abstract: International Security Assistance Force mission in Afghanistan as a challenge for the international security. There is no doubt that the International Security Assistance Force mission in Afghanistan is the most difficult operation in the history of NATO. 10‑years long international efforts to stabi­lize Afghanistan encounter strong Taliban resistance. Since years, NATO attempts to break this movement do not give the expected results. It is nowadays very, important as the outcome of the ISAF operation will have long‑term impact on the international security. To begin with, the result of this mission will affect the future shape and activity of the Atlantic Alliance. ISAF failure may result in reduction of NATO’s role as a pillar of transatlanic security. Secondly, is fiasco may also have grave consequences for the political stability in Central Asia. Such countries as Turkmeni­stan, Tajikistan or Kyrgyzstan since years fight with the phantom of Islamic fundamentalism. If Afghanistan will be taken over by Taliban, these efforts may be doomed to failure. What is even more important, success of the NATO’s mission is strongly connected with the internal situa­tion of Pakistan. In the worst‑case scenario, the Pakistan government might be taken over by extremists, Finally, Afghanistan nowadays became a place of increased rivalry between several regional powers: India, Pakistan, Iran, China and Russia. This may cause several challenges for the international security in future. Therefore, the results of the NATO’s International Security Assistance Force operation in Afghanistan will strongly affect the international security.Key words: international security, mission in Afghanistan, long‑term impact, political stability
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2018-01-25
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2353-9747-year-2013-volume-11-article-6334
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