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AAN in Berlin (4 December 2017): The Afghanistan Rumour Kitchen

Thomas Ruttig

rumours about_Afghanistan: is the name of a Berlin anti-deportation initiative, based on the title of a campaign the German Embassy launched last year via social media and large-format posters in Kabul and Mazar-e Sharif in order to persuade Afghans not to leave their country and come to Germany. Two days before Germany’s planned eight deportation […]

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Meeting of women activists in Khost, 2014. Photo: Pajhwok.

Four next public events with AAN participation

Thomas Ruttig

There are four public events in the next two weeks with AAN participation, in Copenhagen (Denmark), Heidelberg and Berlin (both Germany), Basle (Switzerland).   22 April 2015, 8pm at Heidelberg Theatre Podium discussion (in German), “Peace?! Afghanistan after the ISAF mission“ Participants: • Thomas Ruttig, Co-Director of the Afghanistan Analysts Network; • Ahmad Nasir Formuli […]

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23 March 2012, Berlin: Film show and discussion on ‘Generation Kunduz’

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AAN’s Thomas Ruttig will participate in a discussion of the documentary movie ‘Generation Kunduz: The War of the Others’ (both in German language) together with director and occasional AAN guest blogger Martin Gerner in Tilsiter Lichtspiele movie theatre on Friday 23 March 2012 at 8:00 pm. Generation Kunduz – Der Krieg der Anderen Dokumentarfilm, D […]

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27 November in Berlin: An Afghanistan play

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The Berliner Compagnie, a Berlin-based free-lance troope known for their political theatre (‘Who killed Ken Saro-Wiwa?’, “Terra! Terra!’) is touring with its latest production ‘Die Verteidigung Deutschlands am Hindukusch’ (Germany’s Defence at the Hindukush, a paraphrase of former Defence Minister Struck) since almost two years. Who hasn’t seen it yet gets another chance this Saturday […]

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21 January 2010: New Publication “Governance in Afghanistan in Regional Perspective”

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In discussions about governance and reforms in Afghanistan, the regional dimension – and in particular Afghanistan’s relative position in comparison with its neighbouring countries – is often neglected. In this paper Dr. Christian Wagner, head of the Asia Research group at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (Berlin), compares Afghanistan to other South […]

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6 Oct and 13 Oct 2009: Two podiums with AAN’s Thomas Ruttig in Berlin.

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In early October, AAN’s Co-director Thomas Ruttig will participate in two public discussions of Afghan issues in Berlin. On Tuesday 6 October, Heinrich Boell Foundation invites for a jour fixe under the title ‘After the elections in Afghanistan and Germany: Quo vadis at the Hindukush?’ A week later, he will discuss issues of the elections […]

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