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A major research project by the UK's Stabilisation Unit explores the vital role of political deal-making in reducing violent conflict.
Lord Tariq Ahmad chairs an event in the margins of the UN General Assembly on how to increase women's participation in peace building and conflict resolution.
100 troops arrive in Kabul alongside Defence Secretary.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson visits Afghanistan for the first time
Ministers to launch the UK national action plan on women, peace and security.
The UK’s second most senior military officer has hailed the important role Afghan women play in defending their country.
Her Majesty The Queen will unveil a new memorial in Victoria Embankment Gardens, Westminster, at a service on Thursday 9 March
Britain’s increased support to Afghanistan is already helping the country to build a more secure and stable future, Armed Forces Minister Mike Penning has announced.
PM Theresa May met with Chief of the Defence Staff Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach and Ministry of Defence Permanent Under Secretary Stephen Lovegrove.
David Cameron spoke about NATO membership, Russia, terrorism, illegal migration, defence spending and the UK's nuclear deterrent.
Michael Fallon has authorised an uplift to the UK’s enduring commitment to Afghanistan.
The Afghan National Army Officer Academy (ANAOA) has now trained over 1,300 Afghan officer graduates, the Defence Secretary has announced.
The talks focussed on strengthening security and defence co-operation while agreeing to work together closely on counter-terrorism and cyber.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has thanked UK troops working towards a more peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan while in Kabul yesterday
Afghanistan’s future security will be boosted by the work of the country’s first female officer cadets, Britain’s first female Armed Forces minister has said.
Personnel from the armed forces marched through Westminster today to mark their return from the last British combat tour of Afghanistan.
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Abdullah Abdullah has praised Afghan cadets during a visit to the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
UK service personnel have left southern Afghanistan after completing the most challenging military redeployment operation for a generation.
Royal Air Force Tornado GR4s have left Afghanistan and are heading back to the UK after more than five years of operations in the country.
As the nation honoured the fallen of the two World Wars, Prince Harry paid a personal tribute in Afghanistan.
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