Presidency of Hamid Karzai
The Karzai administration was the internationally recognised government of Afghanistan under President Hamid Karzai, who became the head of state of Afghanistan in December 2001, after the Taliban gov...
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Afghan Transitional Administration
The Afghan Transitional Administration (ATA), also known as the Afghan Transitional Authority, was the name of a temporary administration of Afghanistan put in place by the loya jirga of June 2002. It...
Afghan presidential election, 2004
An election to the office of President of Afghanistan was held on October 9, 2004. Hamid Karzai won the election with 55.4% of the votes and three times more votes than any other candidate. Twelve can...
Afghan presidential election, 2004 - Wikipedia
President of Afghanistan
Afghanistan has only been a republic between 1973 and 1992 and from 2001 onwards. Before 1973, it was a monarchy that was governed by a variety of kings, emirs or shahs. From 1992 to 2001, during the ...
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Foreign relations of Afghanistan
Foreign relations of Afghanistan are handled by the nation's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which is headed by Salahuddin Rabbani. He answers to, and receives guidance from, the President of Afghanistan...
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Afghan presidential election, 2009
Presidential elections were held in Afghanistan on 20 August 2009. The election resulted in victory for incumbent Hamid Karzai, who won 49.67% of the vote, while his main rival Abdullah Abdullah finis...
Afghan presidential election, 2009 - Wikipedia
Afghan Cabinet of Ministers
The Cabinet of Afghanistan is made of the heads of all the government ministries. The president selects the members of cabinet with the approval of the National Assembly of the country.
After winn...
Afghan Interim Administration
The Afghan Interim Administration (AIA), also known as the Afghan Interim Authority, was the first administration of Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban regime and was the highest authority of t...
First Karzai cabinet
The First Karzai cabinet lead the administration of Afghanistan between 2004, the year Hamid Karzai won the first Afghan presidential election and 2009 when the second presidential election took place...
Afghan-Turkish relations
Afghanistan–Turkey relations refers to bilateral relations between Afghanistan and Turkey.Ahmet Davutoğlu has described this relationship as "exemplary" even if the two countries do not border, but ar...
Afghan-Turkish relations - Wikipedia
Afghanistan-Russia relations
Afghanistan–Russia relations (Russian: Российско-афганские отношения) is the relationships between the two countries, Afghanistan and Russia. Relations were contentious when Soviet Russia invaded ...
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Afghanistan-Pakistan relations
Afghanistan–Pakistan relations refers to the bilateral relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan. Both being neighboring states, relations between the two began in August 1947 after Pakistan became a...
Afghanistan-Israel relations
Afghan-Israeli relations are non-existent today, as there are no diplomatic exchanges between the two states.
During the 1980s, Israel provided armament and training to mujahideen forces who were ...
Afghanistan-Israel relations - Wikipedia
Afghanistan-Iran relations
Afghanistan–Iran relations were established in 1935 during King Zahir Shah's reign and the Pahlavi dynasty of Persia. They have been negatively affected by the 1979 Iranian Revolution and issues relat...
Afghanistan-Iran relations - Wikipedia
Afghanistan-India relations
Bilateral relations between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Republic of India have traditionally been strong and friendly. Whilst the Republic of India was the only South Asian country to ...
Afghanistan-India relations - Wikipedia
Afghanistan-Germany relations
The Treaty of Gandomak (26 or 30 May 1879) and the Treaty of Durand Line overruled an prior agreement from 1893 concerning 2,640 kilometres (1,640 mi) of porous border between India (now between ...
Afghanistan-Germany relations - Wikipedia
Afghanistan-Denmark relations
Afghanistan–Denmark relations are foreign relations between Afghanistan and Denmark. Afghanistan is represented in Denmark, through its embassy in Oslo, Norway. Denmark has an embassy in Kabul. Denmar...
Afghanistan-Denmark relations - Wikipedia
Afghanistan-Canada relations
Afghanistan–Canada relations are relations between Afghanistan and Canada.The Canadian government announced in February 2009 that it was adding Afghanistan to its list of preferred countries to receiv...
Afghanistan-Canada relations - Wikipedia
List of candidates in the Afghan presidential election, 2009
Forty-four candidates were registered for the 2009 Afghan presidential election when the Independent Election Commission of Afghanistan (IEC) announced its official preliminary list of candidates on M...