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Aid measures that do not do this are not humanitarian, regardless of any well-meaning intentions and their effectiveness. The blurred lines of military and humanitarian action lead hostile forces to associate humanitarian workers with the occupying military.

The Afghan Country Stability Picture gives operators at all levels the relevant facts in an efficient and convenient package. In an effort to gain control of humanitarian action in these new conflict theaters, the military attempted to integrate humanitarianism into the military chain of command. This section does not cite any sources. In so doing, they have the opportunity to alert the commander, who can then deploy resources to deal with the threat. In both forms, it had disastrous results for both the local population and for humanitarian civil-military relations during and after the war.

As such militants are lessThe output of the working

During this period, all three of these obstacles to so-called military humanitarianism emerged during post-conflict reconstruction efforts. In addition, subject matter experts can be called upon hen needed.

The output of the working group so far is quite promising. As such, militants are less likely to respect humanitarian neutrality, and more likely to target aid workers as a perceived extension of their military opponent. Humanitarianism is based on the principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and independence. Today, the lack of a common database for information sharing is one of the main obstacles.

Information sharing through one database is essential for civilian and military partners. Germany maintains its own center This section does not cite any sources. Aid worker violence escalated rapidly in Afghanistan in the aftermath of the invasion.