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AISS research was recognized by leading academic website

The Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies’ report on “Trends of Radicalization among the Ranks of the Afghan National Police” recently ranked in the top 4% of most read report by academia.com for the month of December.  As a forum for scholars, its readership largely comprises of academics from across the globe.  Ranking in the top 4% does not come by easily and demonstrates the level of global interest and concern in radicalization and progress in Afghanistan. Read more

AISS holds a farewell dinner ceremony in honor of the Ambassador of the Republic of India, H.E Ambassador Mr. Amar Sinha

AISS holds a farewell dinner ceremony in honor of the Ambassador of the Republic of India, H.E Ambassador Mr. Amar Sinha

On Wednesday December 30, 2015, Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS) held a farewell dinner in honor of the Ambassador of the Republic of India, H.E Ambassador Mr. Amar Sinha. This event was attended by Dr. Rangin Dadfar Spanta, Former National Security Advisor, Chines Ambassador H.E. Mr. Yao Jing, Afghan government officials, members of parliament, repre

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AISS holds the third “Afghanistan-Central Asia Dialogue-III (ACAD-III)”

December 17-18, 2015
The Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS) held the third “Afghanistan-Central Asia Dialogue-III (ACAD-III)” in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan on December 17-18, 2015. This year’s Dialogue was devoted to discuss, «Connectivity: Opportunities and Obstacles». The acting governor of Balkh Gen. Atta Mohammad Noor and the AISS director Dr. Moradian inaugurated the dialogue.

The conference, which was held at the Baran Imperatory Hotel, attended by r

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AISS Co-organized 3rd Afghanistan-Pakistan Dialogue

The 3rd Round of the Afghanistan-Pakistan Bilateral Dialogue was held in Islamabad on December 6-7 under the umbrella theme of “A Vision of Peace: Exploring Avenues and Methodologies to bridge the Trust Deficit”.

The dialogue is an initiative of the Regional Peace Institute (RPI) which was held in collaboration with the Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS). The activity in Pakistan is supported by the Hanns Siedel Foundation (HSF). AISS supports the activity in Afghanis

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“Trends of Radicalization among the Ranks of the Afghan National Police”

AISS releases a research paper on “Trends of Radicalization among the Ranks of the Afghan National Police”

AISS released the fourth series of research papers dedicated to examining the trends in radicalization across the various sectors throughout Afghanistan. This research paper studies trends of Radicalization among the Ranks of the Afghan National police. The study used a combination of qualitative and quantitative approach in in order to find answer for the following main Me

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