Afghanistan

CIC senior fellow Hanny Megally co-authors an article with Chris Sidoti and Yasmin Sooka to call upon the U.N. Human Rights Council to establish an independent international investigation into human rights atrocities in Afghanistan.

Jul 07, 2021
Hanny Megally
Middle East, Afghanistan
Afghanistan

CIC non-resident fellow Michael F. Harsch co-authored this article on Foreign Policy, detailing how to build resilient areas in Afghanistan.

Apr 20, 2021
Michael F. Harsch
Afghanistan

For Foreign Policy, CIC senior fellow James Traub details what is known about the Biden administration plan for the U.S. to withdraw troops from Afghanistan.

Mar 05, 2021
James Traub
Afghanistan
Afghanistan

Zafar Iqbal Yousafzai, Senior Research Associate at Strategic Vision Institute,  wrote an assessment of Barnett Rubin's Open Letter to the Taliban for Eurasia Review.

Feb 25, 2021
Afghanistan

In an op-ed for TOLOnews, CIC senior fellow Barnett Rubin about possible courses of action for the Biden administration regarding the 2020 Doha agreement, as an open letter to the Afghan Taliban.

Feb 10, 2021
Barnett Rubin
Afghanistan

CIC non-resident fellow Said Sabir Ibrahimi wrote about a recent proposal by Afghanistan's Education Ministry to include Islam in the country's education ecosystem, which includes transferring primary education to mosques.

"This move has little positive impact on the quality or quantity of education in the country," Ibrahimi wrote. "Islam has been part of the education system for as long as there has been education. Stakeholders should focus on improving the quality and quantity of the existing formal education system."

Jan 12, 2021
Afghanistan

For the Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale, CIC senior fellow Barnett Rubin wrote about Doha Agreement and what the May 2021 deadline for the US to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan means for the Biden administration.

Jan 26, 2021
Afghanistan

This policy paper by Barnett Rubin, Senior Fellow at CIC examines how the Afghan peace process provides the United States with an opportunity to pivot to a strategy that frees it from dependence on military bases in the landlocked backyard of Russia and China, and how that can provide it with an entry point to an expanded and more effective Asia policy focused on some of the most vital threats confronting humanity.

Jan 06, 2021
Barnett Rubin

CIC senior fellow Barnett Rubin is intervewied by South Asia Monitor on the recent developments in the intra-Afghan dialogue.

Read the full column in South Asia Monitor here

Dec 03, 2020
Barnett Rubin
Middle East, Afghanistan
Afghanistan

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