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Fact Sheet - Afghanistan Timeline to 2014

Fact Sheet - Afghanistan Timeline to 2014

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U.S. and NATO forces will encounter the events listed below between now and the official 2014 full transition of security operations to the Afghan Forces. We present them in the spirit of informing a debate about planning for the future of U.S. policy in the region.
U.S. and NATO forces will encounter the events listed below between now and the official 2014 full transition of security operations to the Afghan Forces. We present them in the spirit of informing a debate about planning for the future of U.S. policy in the region.

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Published by: The American Security Project on Jan 25, 2012
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www.AmericanSecurityProject.org1100 New York Avenue, NW Suite 710W Washington, DC
Timeline: Afghanistan to 2014
By Matthew Wallin and Joshua Foust With Kelvin Lum January 26, 2012
Introduction
 As the United States and NATO look to complete a drawdown of combatforces from Afghanistan, they must take note of a list of critical events relatingto their mission. U.S. and NATO forces will encounter the events listed below between now andthe o
cial 2014 full transition of security operations to the Afghan Forces. Wepresent them in the spirit of informing a debate about planning for the futureof U.S. policy in the region.
2012
March DoD “1230Report on Progress Toward Security and Stabilitin AfghanistanMarch Tenth anniversary of Operation AnacondaMarch 2 Iranian Parliamentary ElectionsMarch 4 Russian Presidential ElectionMay 1 Annv. Osama bin Laden’s deathMay 15-22 NATO conference in ChicagoSeptember U.S. Surge troop withdrawal complete, leaving 68,000 AmericantroopsOctober DoD “1230Report on Progress Toward Security and Stabilitin AfghanistanNov 6 U.S. General Election
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ce in Qatar and any Taliban Prisoner Release 
 
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 AMERICAN SECURITY PROJECT
2013
 Jan 20 U.S. Presidential InaugurationMarch DoD “1230” Report on ProgressToward Security and Stability in AfghanistanMarch 16 Pakistani General Elections(Parliament ) June Iranian Presidential Elections August NATO Secretary General 4 year Term ends (possible 1 year extension) August Tenth anniversary of NATO in charge of ISAFOctober Projected levels of ANSF manpower--ANA: 240,000 ANP: 160,000October DoD “1230” Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan
No Date Determined- Pakistani Presidential Elections 
2014
No Date Determined - Afghanistan Presidential Elections 
 January Tenth anniversary of the rati
cation of the Afghan ConstitutionMarch DoD “1230” Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan June Expiration of Manas Transit Center Lease (automatic 1 year extension if noobjections)October DoD “1230” Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in AfghanistanDecember Transition of security responsibility to Afghan Forces complete 
Note: “1230” report dates based on previous releases of report 
 Joshua Foust is a Fellow at the American Security Project. Matthew Wallin is a policy analyst at the American Security Project.Kelvin Lum is an intern at the American Security Project.

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