Swedish Ambassadors Visit AISS
Sunday, September 29, 2013
The Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS) hosted a meeting between AISS director Dr. Davood Moradian and the Swedish Ambassadors to Iran, H.E. Mr. Peter Tejler, Pakistan, H.E. Mr. Lars-Hjalmar Wide, and Afghanistan, H.E. Mr. Peter Semneby. AISS hosted the meeting to exchange views on regional policies.
The discussion focused on security in the region. ARead more
High Tea with Ambassador Series Pt.V: Russian Ambassador H.E Andrey Avetisyan
Sunday, September 15, 2013
The Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS) was pleased to host H.E. Andrey Avetisyan, the Russian Ambassador in Kabul, as a part of the “High Tea with the Ambassador” series.
Government and military officials as well as civil society and Afghan media members attended the event.
In his speech, Mr. Avetisyan addressed Russia’s involvement aRead more
Launching Ceremony “Political Memories of Gen.Abdul Qadir in Conversation with Dr.Parwiz Arezo”
Thursday, September 13, 2013
On Thursday September 13, 2013, the Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS) hosted the launching ceremony for General Abdul Qadir’s personal memoir, “Political Memories of General Abdul Qadir in Conversation with Dr. Parwiz Arezo.”
Dr. Davood Moradian, AISS director, made the opening remarks, and a discussion panel followed.
Parwiz Kawa, Editor in Chief of Hasht-Read more
AISS & TAF’s Joint Study on the Effects of Transition in Faryab Province
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
The Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS), in partnership with the Asia Foundation (TAF) conducted a research project to study the ensuing social, economic, gender, governance and security-related changes after the security transition in Faryab. Its objective was to serve as a general guideline for the ISAF and Afghan government to direct the security transition so as to reduRead more
A perfect match struggling to survive
BY DAVOOD MORADIAN
Thursday, August 15, 2013
In the conflictual and interest-driven world of international politics, it is unusual to see common civilisational heritage and sentimental affection coexisting with shared political, security and economic interests between two sovereign nations. The relationship between India and Afghanistan is of such a nature.
The kingdom of Kabulistan was oRead more