Global Conflict Tracker, War in Afghanistan
Council on Foreign Relations

Afghanistan Live conflict map

Crisis Watch Afghanistan
International Crisis Group

Prospects for peace in Afghanistan
Center for Strategic and International Studies

Andrew Wilder on the latest from Afghanistan
United States Institute of Peace

A secret history of the war in Afghanistan
New York Times

Episode 20: How COVID-19 Makes Afghanistan’s War Still More Deadly
International Crisis Group

Afghanistan Between Negotiations: How the Doha Agreement Will Affect Intra-Afghan Peace
Law Fare

The Imploding Afghan Peace Effort
Center for Strategic and International Studies

Twelve ideas to make intra-Afghan negotiations work
International Crisis Group

Afghanistan: Background and U.S. Policy: In Brief
Congressional Research Service

U.S.-Taliban Peace Deal: What to Know
From: Council on Foreign Relations

Legislature and Legislative Elections in Afghanistan: An Analysis
United States Institute of Peace

Prospects and Economic Priorities for a Durable Peace in Afghanistan–Economic-Priorities-for-a-Durable-Peace-in-Afghanistan_English.pdf–Economic-Priorities-for-a-Durable-Peace-in-Afghanistan_Farsi.pdf

Afghanistan talks: no women no peace
United States Institute of Peace

Amid peace talks, what’s next for Afghanistan?

Briefing by Security Council Mission to Afghanistan

Processing peace in Afghanistan
Conciliation Resources

Incremental Peace in Afghanistan
Conciliation Resources

Fixing Afghanistan’s Flawed Peace Process
Situation update Afghanistan

Situation update Afghanistan

A comparative perspective on an Afghan Peace Process: Why, when, who and what?
Chatham House

The International Afghanistan Conference in Bonn
Communique on behalf of Afghanistan and the International Community

Afghan Civil Society and a Comprehensive Peace Process
United States Institute of Peace

United Nations (UN)

1. Resolution 2513 (2020) Adopted by the Security Council at its 8742nd meeting, 10 March 2020.

2. UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has called for the inclusion of Afghan women in the peace talks with the Taliban.

3. Protect ordinary Afghans ahead of peace talks, urges UN Mission chief, 2 July, 2020.

4. Security Council Press Statement on UNAMA, 30 June, 2020.

5. UN urges greater protection for civilians and reduced violence in run up to Intra-Afghan talks. 2. July 2020.

6. UN Calls For Reduction In Violence As U.S. Envoy Meets Taliban, 19 May, 2020.

European Union (EU)

1. Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the EU on current political developments in Afghanistan and the prospects for peace, 29 Feb, 2020.

2. Europe-US Communiqué on the Afghan Peace Process, 22, October, 2019.

3. The European Union and Afghanistan – Prospects for peace, 24-25 June, 2019.

4. Afghanistan: Council adopts conclusions on the Afghanistan’s peace process 8 April 2019.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

1. NATO Reiterates Support for Afghan Peace. 16 June 2020.

2. Statement by the North Atlantic Council on Afghanistan, 20 Feb, 2020.

3. Statement on Afghanistan by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, 17 May, 2020.

4. Joint Statement on the Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan 12 July 2018.

5. Statement by Foreign Ministers on Afghanistan 27/April, 2018.

6. NATO Issues Declaration On Afghanistan 12 July, 2020.

7. Statement of the NATO PA President on Progress towards Peace in Afghanistan. 29 February, 2020.

8. Resolute Support Foreign Ministers Statement on Afghanistan. 5 Dec, 2018.