Brief on the impact of forced migration on Afghanistan’s domestic politics and foreign relations

SASNET researcher Admir Skodo has published a brief in the Swedish Institute of International Affairs Occasional Paper Series entitled “The impact of forced migration on Afghanistan’s domestic politics and foreign relations”. The brief was first presented as a working paper at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs. The paper can be downloaded from UI here. Continue reading Brief on the impact of forced migration on Afghanistan’s domestic politics and foreign relations

Panel discussion on state building in Afghanistan in a global context

On Monday 23 April 15.00-17-00 there will be a panel discussion on state building in Afghanistan in a global context at Edens hörsal, Department of Political Science, Lund University. The event is open to everyone and as usual we will serve fika! With its strategic location Afghanistan has been a focus of global politics for many centuries. Despite its fragile nation-state and conflicting ethnic parties, … Continue reading Panel discussion on state building in Afghanistan in a global context