Afghanistan Analysts Network – Dari Pashto

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AAN Thematic Dossiers

مجموعه گزارشهای شبکه تحلیلگران افغانستان در پیوند به ظهور، فعالیت ها و چالش های گروه داعش در افغانستان

AAN Team

  حمله ی تروریستی ۹ اسد ۱۳۹۶بر سفارت عراق در کابل باری دیگرتوجه را به حضور و فعالیت گروه محلی داعش در افغانستان جلب نمود. گروه داعش در افغانستان تلفات سنگینی را متقبل شده و تا حالا سه رهبراین گروه در حملات هوایی توسط نیرو های ائتلاف بین المللی از بین رفته اند. هر چند […]

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د کوکنارو کلتوري تاریخ: افغانستان ته د کوکنارو کښت څنګه راوړل شو؟

Thomas Ruttig

کله هم چې مخدره توکي یادیږي او یا په ګوګل کې د (کوکنارو) کلمه پلټل کیږي، له افغانستان سره هېڅکله بې تړاوه نه پاتېږي.خودا د حیرانتیا خبره نه ده، ځکه په وروستیو څو لسیزو کې افغانستان د نړۍ په کچه د اپينو د تولید په خورا ستر تولیدوونکياوښتی دی. خو دغه کوکنار له کومه ځایه […]

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Thematic Dossier IV: Afghanistan’s 2014 Presidential and Provincial Council Elections

AAN Team

This year’s ‘political transition’ is hugely important: if all goes well in the next few months, Afghanistan will see a new leader and a rare example in its history of a change of government not involving death, coup or conquest. If it goes badly, there will be consequences for the country’s stability. For many of those […]

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Bureaucratic Policies and Patronage Politics: Prospects and Challenges of Private Higher Education in Afghanistan

Guests Niamatullah Ibrahimi

The latest AAN report, “Bureaucratic Policies and Patronage Politics: Prospects and Challenges of Private Higher Education in Afghanistan” by Niamatullah Ibrahimi, looks into the impressive growth of private higher education sector in Afghanistan in recent years but how this growth is overlooking the comprehensive policies and long-term vision towards a better quality education and its […]

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Thematic Dossier V: Afghan Education Policies and Politics

AAN Team Guests

Accompanying our latest paper on education in Afghanistan – on the advantages and disadvantages of a rapidly growing private higher education sector –, we offer another of our Thematic Dossiers. It provides an overview of all of AAN’s education related dispatches and papers. For easier access to the body of work that includes pieces from the past five years […]

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The Social Wandering of the Afghan Kuchis: Changing patterns, perceptions and politics of an Afghan community

Fabrizio Foschini

The latest AAN report, ‘The Social Wandering of the Afghan Kuchis: changing patterns, perceptions and politics of an Afghan community,’ by Fabrizio Foschini, explores the major impact of changing social, economic and political conditions on the Kuchi community over recent years and its consequences for their position in Afghan society. Afghan nomads have always aroused […]

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Tell Us How This Ends. Transitional Justice and Prospects for Peace in Afghanistan

Guests Patricia Gossman Sari Kouvo

AAN’s latest thematic report “Tell Us How This Ends: Transitional Justice and Prospects for Peace in Afghanistan” by Patricia Gossman and Sari Kouvo, asks whether, after 35 years of conflict, Afghanistan can move forward without addressing the legacies of its violent past? A timely and relevant question in the context of current efforts to find […]

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Eagle’s Summit Revisited: AAN report about Decision-Making in the Kajaki Dam Project

Guests Noah Arjomand

In the summer of 2008, in what was described as the biggest British-led ‘route clearance operation’ since World War II, nearly 5000 ISAF and Afghan troops transported eight components of a hydroelectric turbine, each weighing 20 to 30 tonne, from Kandahar Air Field to the Kajaki Dam in Helmand Province – in the face of […]

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The Networks of Kunduz: A History of Conflict and Their Actors, from 1992 to 2001

Guests Nils Wormer

A new Afghanistan Analysts Network (AAN) report by author Nils Wörmer looks at networks of power in Kunduz province. Wörmer writes that when Germany’s political decision makers opted for Kunduz, in north-eastern Afghanistan, as the location for its future Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) and soldiers and governmental development workers started to deploy in 2003, they […]

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