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HISTORY OF THE AFGHAN CONFLICT AND THE XXIC. INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
 
 
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Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie
Publication date: 2014-05-15
 
SBN 2014;5(1): 47–57
 
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The article is a general account of factors characterizing Afghan conflict and its impact on international security. In part of a historical perspective on this conflict, it is assesed that stability of this region plays an important role shaping contemporary world’s security. The history show that Afghanistan is a „cemetery of many empires” unable to bring any stability or security. Today, as well as at the beginning of the XIXc., the issue in question is complicated. The aim of stability is determined by many factors. One of them would be strong and effective security forces that that are about to Take control. Another, are the interests of willing to invest foreign countries demanding the security guarantees. Yet another, is the drug business growing unimaginable and is a global threat. All of those show that the international community still has an immers job to do, before its final goal.
 
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