アフガニスタン。 アフガニスタン:「対米協力者」の末路(髙岡豊)

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from the original on 17 October 2015. By 30 June, both Germany which, two months earlier, had announced plans to withdraw and Italy had completely withdrawn their forces and equipment from Afghanistan, ending their involvement in the war. While the Taliban typically opposed girls' education, in 2017 in it has allowed girls to receive education in order to improve its standing among local residents. says that China has the potential to play an important role in bringing peace and stability to the region. It started with that led to the and its allies toppling the -ruled in order to deny a safe base of operations in the country. [備考] AGE: killed by Anti-Government Elements, 反政府勢力の行動に起因する死者 PGF: killed by Pro-Government Forces, アフガニスタン治安部隊やNATO軍・米軍の行動に起因する死者 [資料出所] 発表の資料より作成。 According to a report published by the UN Assistance Mission on 21 June, fifteen attacks have been carried out on healthcare in Afghanistan, in the first two months of the. 2004年 [ ] カンダハール 2003年12月14日から2004年1月4日にかけて、カーブルにおいて制定ロヤ・ジルガが開催された。

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NATO stated it had evidence the Taliban forced civilians into buildings likely to be targeted by NATO aircraft involved in the battle. Health care [ ] Between 2001 and 2021, Afghanistan experienced improvements in health, education and women's rights. Some 6,000 US Army and Marine personnel were redeployed in Afghanistan to secure the outside of and to assist in evacuations of US citizens, US allies and SIVs and their families. Manuel Fontaine UNICEF Director of Emergency Programs said the world has forgotten children living in conflict zones. from the original on 3 December 2016. The Taliban was blamed for the attack, based on the statement issued by the spokeswoman to the provincial governor. 1999 had yielded a record crop and had been followed by a lower but still large 2000 harvest. from the original on 30 September 2008. Others took issue with the president's comments, contending that they sought to blame the Afghans and the previous administration for how events had unfolded, including laying blame regarding the slow pace of evacuations on his assertion that "some of the Afghans did not want to leave earlier, still hopeful for their country. This came one week after Trump fired Defense Secretary for pushing back on Trump's efforts to accelerate the Afghanistan drawdown against the advice of military commanders, including the US and coalition commander , setting off a purge of top Pentagon officials. On 21 October, Taliban militants ambushed Afghanistan security forces in the province of Takhar killing at least 34. In the evening of 15 August, the Taliban occupied the , lowered the and raised their own flag over the palace. As of May 2018, the UK government has now resettled 3,000 interpreters and family members in the UK. US Marines and soldiers take cover in Marja on 13 February 2010 during their offensive to secure the city from the Taliban. In August, officials assessed that offered bounties to the Taliban-linked to kill foreign servicemembers, including Americans, in Afghanistan. Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project. [ ] The battle of Kabul commenced with a citywide blackout and heavy assaults from its outskirts on 15 August. from the original on 18 September 2018. " According to the US State Department, the Taliban committed human rights violations against women in Afghanistan. Tharoor, Ishaan 18 August 2021. In addition, seven soldiers were charged with crimes such as use, impeding an investigation and attacking the , Justin Stoner. The Afghan Army was plagued by inefficiency and endemic corruption. 2021年 [ ] アフガニスタンの大都市(2015年) 順位 都市名 人口 1 約367. Simultaneously, Taliban forces took control of and encircled Mazar-i-Sharif, the capital of Balkh province. On 17 December, US diplomats held talks with the Taliban, at the on possibly ending the war. Ali, Idrees 15 January 2021. from the original on 12 January 2010. 5 2011年6月17日付の朝日新聞で,上記注釈の 2 , 3 に記した自衛隊のアフガニスタン派遣問題について,ウィキリークスが入手したアメリカの外交公電のうち朝日新聞が提供を受けた公電の中に,当該問題関係の記述があったことが報道された。 Around the same time, top foreign policy officials in the Clinton administration flew to northern Afghanistan to try to persuade the United Front not to take advantage of a chance to make crucial gains against the Taliban. In early 2001, Massoud and several other Afghan leaders addressed the in Brussels, asking the to provide humanitarian help. Jamal, Umair 23 May 2020. The claimed 22 ISIS-K fighters were killed and two weapons caches destroyed, while the Taliban claimed US-backed Afghan forces killed seven civilians; a provincial official said over 9,000 families had been displaced by the fighting. It was the , surpassing the by roughly five months. revealed severe trauma to both prisoners' legs, describing the trauma as comparable to being run over by a bus. アメリカ合衆国政府はこの作戦をの一環と位置づけ、国際的なテロの危機を防ぐための防衛戦であると主張し、作戦名を OEF: Operation Enduring Freedom 」と名付けた。

アフガニスタン戦争における犠牲者数

, former ambassador to Afghanistan and Iraq, told the investigators in a 2016 interview, "You just cannot put those amounts of money into a very fragile state and society, and not have it fuel corruption. On 3 September 2019, the Taliban claimed responsibility for the suicide attack in Afghanistan's capital, targeting the Green Village Compound in. Bush issued an ultimatum to the Taliban to hand over Osama bin Laden, "close immediately every terrorist training camp, hand over every terrorist and their supporters, and give the United States full access to terrorist training camps for inspection. " Journal of Transatlantic Studies 2021 : 1-29. Holleis, Jennifer; Hussein, Mehyeddin 18 August 2021. from the original on 18 August 2018. Life expectancy has increased from 56 to 64 years and the maternal mortality rate has reduced by half. 7 million former refugees returned to Afghanistan. US forces used white phosphorus to screen a retreat in the when regular smoke munitions were not available. () () () () これは結果的に正しかった。 A spokesman for the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attacks. Insurgents from the Taliban and other groups waged with and in the countryside, against urban targets, and killings against coalition forces. Of the other six NATO countries, five had majorities of their population wanting NATO troops removed from Afghanistan as soon as possible. クルバンバエフ撮影 アフガニスタンでのソ連軍の駐留は 1989 年 2 月まで続き、公式筋によると、 1 万5 千 人のソ連国民(そして 64 万人のアフガニスタン人)の犠牲を払い、しかも目的を達成することはできなかった。

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The UN report included a statement showing the Taliban's position, the Taliban blamed the US and its allies for fighting the war in Afghanistan, and it denied targeting civilians. from the original on 27 February 2019. Lamothe, Dan; Hudson, John; Constable, Pamela 1 August 2019. from the original on 8 May 2010. The report by the United Nations quotes eyewitnesses in some villages describing "Arab fighters carrying long knives used for slitting throats and skinning people". "Creating common sense: getting NATO to Afghanistan. The Taliban claimed the Christian aid group which had been active in Afghanistan was responsible for spying, and that they were not providing any actual aid. from the original on 11 May 2019. He had founded his international network in the late 1980s to support the Mujahideen's war against the Soviets but became disillusioned by infighting among warlords. PDF from the original on 16 February 2018. " plane of the Most Afghan fighters being trained by the US habitually use opium, and it is a constant struggle to field them in a sober state. 2 April 2015 at the , 12, supported by Uppsala Conflict Database Project, Uppsala University. from the original on 28 December 2014. On 30 August, the last American military plane departed Afghanistan, ending the Afghanistan war. Willis, Halley; Triebert, Christiaan; Hill, Evan; Smith, Brenna; Khavin, Dmitrity 16 August 2021. sfn error: no target: CITEREFRashid2000• A UN envoy warned that Afghanistan was entering a "deadlier phase" of the war. In some provinces such as Kandahar, Helmand, Wardak, Paktika, Zabul and Uruzgan, 85 percent of girls were not going to school. Smaller numbers have taken refuge in , and. Shams, Shamil 4 March 2020. from the original on 16 February 2018. reported at least 1,558 security forces members and 715 civilians were killed in the period between 1 May and 5 August 2021. 14 January 2010 at the Louisville Courier-Journal. Nine of the victims were children, and eleven of the dead were from the same family. ; Shannon L Blanton 2011. In December, the Afghan government abandoned 193 checkpoints in. Coffey, David 19 August 2021. In September 2001 — before the 11 September attacks against the US — the Taliban allegedly authorized Afghan peasants to sow opium again. That is a misquotation of the UNAMA Report, which does not attribute numbers of deaths directly to the Taliban, but to "anti-government elements" AGE and to "pro-government forces" PGF. As the US and Afghan government are publishing fewer statistics, the UN report is one of the most reliable indicators about the war's impact by 2018. from the original on 9 February 2010. from the original on 17 December 2018. According to the United Nations UN , the Taliban, while trying to consolidate control over northern and western Afghanistan, committed systematic massacres against civilians. from the original on 18 February 2016. Gibbons-Neff, Thomas; Katzenberg, Lauren 30 August 2021. 3 March 2012 at the , Physicians for Human Rights, Retrieved 19 February 2012. Saeed, Saim; Olivier, Christian 18 August 2021. Amnesty International said that up to 756 civilians were killed in 2006 by bombs, mostly on roads or carried by suicide attackers belonging to the Taliban. NATO Secretary General and Afghan President in Kabul, Afghanistan, 2020 On 19 May, Afghan forces bombed a clinic in the Northern province of. White phosphorus burns on the bodies of civilians wounded in clashes near were confirmed. Norton-Taylor, Richard 30 May 2013. Joint Statement on Afghanistan Evacuation Travel Assurances [ ]• United Nations Digital Library System. from the original on 12 September 2010. On 28 December 2018 a report issued by revealed that during the first nine months of 2018, five thousand children were killed or injured in Afghanistan. Afghanistan — Challenges and Prospects Routledge, 2018. On the same day , and the fell to the Taliban. from the original on 2 January 2017. from the original on 15 December 2018. ユーリー・アンドロポフ KGB 議長(未来のソ連指導者)は、 1979 年 3 月にこう。

アフガニスタン:「対米協力者」の末路(髙岡豊)

The Organized Crime Community: Essays in Honor of Alan A. Karon, Tony 12 November 2001. The New York Times quoted Atiqullah Amarkhel, a retired general and military analyst based in Kabul, saying that the UN report proved the failure of peace talks, as the Taliban and the US government are both determined for victory rather than negotiating a settlement. The US and the European Union provided no support to Massoud for the fight against the Taliban. UNICEF, for example, has vaccinated 734,000 children against measles over the last two months, in a country where virtually no one had been vaccinated against the disease in the previous 10 years. Public opinion was divided over Afghan troop requests: a majority of Americans continued to see a rationale for the use of military force in Afghanistan. ネット上では 「アフガニスタン女性が可愛すぎる」 「女の子ヤバい」 などといった意見が 多く寄せられている。 In addition to Massoud's force and Dostum's , the United Front included factions and forces under the leadership of commanders such as and Haji. After became president, he moved back the target withdrawal date from 1 May 2021 to 11 September 2021, pushing back again to 31 August 2021. "Forty-plus years after our failure in Vietnam, the United States is again fighting an endless war in a faraway place against a culture and a people we don't understand for political reasons that make sense in , but nowhere else. PDF from the original on 17 June 2014. from the original on 10 December 2008. United Nations Digital Library System. The meeting was described by US officials as "part of efforts by the United States and other international partners to promote an intra-Afghan dialogue aimed at ending the conflict in Afghanistan". from the original on 29 September 2013. Despite the country's travails, eight in 10 say it was a good thing for the United States to oust the Taliban in 2001. He said the Afghan government had "made no commitment to free 5,000 Taliban prisoners" and that such an action "is not the United States' authority, but it is the authority of the government of Afghanistan". " Stability problems [ ] In a 2008 interview, the then-head General , insisted that the Taliban were gaining strength. Afghan security forces [ ] Soldiers from the Afghan army patrolling a village in in 2010 US policy called for boosting the to 134,000 soldiers by October 2010. Protests, demonstrations and rallies [ ] Further information: and The war has been the subject of starting with the large-scale demonstrations in the days leading up to the invasion and every year since. Impact on Afghan society [ ] Civilian casualties [ ] Main article: According to the Costs of War project at , the war killed 51,613 Afghan civilians in Afghanistan. 著者 ["ローリー スチュワート", "Stewart,Rory", "園子, 高月"] 出版日 イギリスの元外交官である作者が、タリバン政権崩壊直後の冬にアフガニスタン西部の都市ヘラートから首都カブールまで、36日間かけて歩いた旅の記録です。 The Taliban repeatedly rebuffed these demands. World Politics: Trend and Transformation. White, Josh 12 March 2005. Rassler, Don; Vahid Brown 14 July 2011. from the original on 27 April 2019. from the original on 8 November 2013. Gazis, Olivia 12 April 2019. According to the reports, nearly 16 civilians died, while 119 were reported to be injured. Date 7 October 2001 — 30 August 2021 19 years, 10 months, 3 weeks and 2 days : 7 October 2001 — 28 December 2014 : 1 January 2015 — 30 August 2021 Location Result victory First phase:• On 30 April 2019, Afghan government forces undertook clearing operations directed against both and the in eastern , after the two groups fought for over a week over a group of villages in an area of illegal mining. According to Rashid, "drug money funded the weapons, ammunition and fuel for the war". The deal involved the withdrawal of US and international troops from Afghanistan and the Taliban not allowing other jihadist groups to operate within the country. The two wars were counted as one cost due to their occurring simultaneously and using many of the same US troops. On 3 August, eight people were killed in a Taliban suicide car bombing and shootout in Kabul. At least 20 people were killed and 50 injured, with Saleh also amongst the injured ones. On 16 August, Biden confirmed the Taliban takeover, with US forces remaining in the country only to assist with. Abdul Haq also gathered a number of defecting Pashtun Taliban. A UN report dated 20 May 2021, stated that "the Taliban now contest or control an estimated 50 to 70 per cent of Afghan territory outside of urban centres, while also exerting direct control over 57 per cent of district administrative centres". Following attacks by the Taliban including a suicide in Kabul on 27 January that killed over 100 people and Islamic State that killed scores of civilians, President Trump and Afghan officials decided to rule out any talks with the Taliban. 和平合意成立と戦闘の激化 [ ] 2020年 [ ] カタールのドーハで和平合意に署名するターリバーンの代表、米国の特使(2020年2月29日) 、アメリカ合衆国とターリバーンの間で和平合意が成立した()。

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在アフガニスタン日本国大使館

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アフガニスタン復興:日本にできることは何か

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アフガニスタンはいつから泥沼の紛争地になったのか 国家の崩壊につながった、ソ連にとっての「ベトナム戦争」(1/5)

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漫画で解説:アフガニスタンってどんな国?の巻

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バイデン米政権のアフガニスタン撤退に批判が噴出、大統領は撤退判断を堅持(アジア、米国、中東、アフガニスタン)

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【行ってはいけない国】忘れられないほど美しい場所「アフガニスタン」

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なぜソ連はアフガニスタンに派兵したのか?:「第二のベトナム」への道

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アフガニスタン紛争 (2001年

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5分でわかるアフガニスタンの歴史!宗教、女性の権利、タリバンなどを簡単に解説