The Illusion of Afghanistan’s Electoral Representative Democracy
Professor Thomas H. Johnson
In April 2014 in the midst of considerable controversy and the inability of President Karzai to run for President again due to term limits, Afghanistan held it...
Public Councils as the Effective Means of Decentralization of Power in Democratic States
By Slyamzhar AkhmetzharovThe participation of ordinary citizens in the public administration process is the essential need of any country. According to the Aarhus Convention (UNECE 1998) th...
Afghanistan’s Electoral System: Political Participation or Democratic Revolution?
By Mohammad IrfaniThe article is a critical review of the book entitled “Criticism of Political Participation; Afghanistan’s Electoral System and its Laws” written by Mohammad Tawab M...
A Century After the Russian Revolution, How did Bukhara Immigrants Make Afghanistan`s Trade Global?
Prof. Magnus MarsdenSeveral tombs of Afghanistan’s historic figures have been restored in recent years. In the Bagh-e Babur park – elegantly restored by the Aga Khan Foundation – lies...
AISS HQ + Anthem
Panel VI: Special Session on US' New Strategy for Afghanistan/Region
First round of “Panel VI: The Way forwards
First round of “Panel V: Outsmarting Terrorists; Indigenous Narratives
First round of “Panel IV: Afghanistan: From Great Game to Great Consensus
First round of “Panel III: External Powers: Rules of the Game
First round of “Panel II: New Great Game: Central Asian States: Stakeholders or Passive Observers
First round of “Panel I: The World in Transition; Return of Geopolitics; Evolution of Terrorism
First round of “Opening Session: Afghanistan-Central Asia Dialogue – IV