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International Security Assistance Force

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  • The U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan, known as the International Security Assistance Force, declined to discuss "predecisional operational plans and concepts," said Rear Adm.

    U.S. Boosts Afghan Surge

  • McCain — during a stop at the Kabul headquarters of the foreign military contingent, called the International Security Assistance Force— said he's concerned there may not be enough American troops for a move from southern Afghanistan to the east to "finish the job there."

    McCain: Afghan drawdown 'unnecessary risk'

  • But the coalition, also known as the International Security Assistance Force, is not waiting for the spring fighting season to start.

    Spring fighting season to test gains in Afghan war

  • Refugees International, based in Washington, D.C., blames the increase on military operations by Afghan forces and the foreign military contingent called the International Security Assistance Force.

    Refugee group finds 250,000-plus Afghans displaced

  • The incident increased tensions between the Afghan government and the U.S.-led International Security Assistance Force, which is supposed to start handing over security responsibilities to the Afghan authorities in the first half of next year.

    Afghan General Is Detained After Botched Raid

  • It'll be done exhaustively, in a matter of weeks, rather than months, and that will occur across the administration, and involve consultation with NATO and other ISAF, International Security Assistance Force, which is United Nations mandated, and that includes Australia.

    Interview - ABC Radio National with Fran Kelly

  • SMITH: Well the International Security Assistance Force, which is of course United Nations sponsored and authorised, is not there to occupy.

    ABC 2 Lateline: Interview with Tony Jones - Transcript, 17 March 2009 - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • Described as a hard-line partisan deeply committed to the neoconservative ideology of former US President George W. Bush, General Craddock is a controversial commanding officer whose command authority extends to that rather euphemistically termed, "peace-keeping force," operating in Afghanistan known as the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF).

    Michael Carmichael: Craddock Scandal Rocks NATO

  • And the so-called McChrystal Review will enable both the United States, and the International Security Assistance Force, which is of course United Nations mandated - which includes NATO countries and Australia and others - it does give us a chance to take a very clear and cold look at the future strategy.

    Interview - Today on Sunday with Laurie Oakes

  • Right now, there are about 95,000 Afghan troops taking part in what's known as the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan.

    CNN Transcript Nov 30, 2009

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