Afghanistan

Afghanistan: China’s Critical Jigsaw Piece

With the situation in Afghanistan fast unravelling, China will be keen to become the main external player to replace the Americans. But it won’t be plain sailing for Beijing.

Transition in Afghanistan: Hope, Despair and the Limits of Statebuilding

This book, by one of the most experienced authorities on the subject, presents a deep analysis of the very difficult current situation in Afghanistan.

'You Cannot Hold Two Watermelons in One Hand': Gender Justice and Anti-State Local Security Institutions in Pakistan and Afghanistan

Bina D’Costa, ‘ “You Cannot Hold Two Watermelons in One Hand”: Gender Justice and Anti-State Local Security Institutions in Pakistan and Afghanistan’, in Hitoshi Nasu and Kim Rubenstein

Afghanistan's national unity government: a success or a failure?

Speakers biographies:

Ms Shaharzad Akbar is Country Director for Open Society Afghanistan, and co-founder of the youth-led political movement Afghanistan 1400. She completed her first degree at Smith College in the USA, and as a Weidenfeld-Hoffman Scholar was the first Afghan woman to study at Oxford University, where she obtained an MPhil in Development Studies. She has also worked as a Partner at QARA Consulting, Inc.

Russia, IS and the future of NATO

The years 2014-15 were a watershed for European security.

Struggling to govern: Afghanistan's National Unity Government one year on

Divisions within Afghanistan's Government put the country's stability at risk writes SRINJOY BOSE and TIMOR SHARAN.

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