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Afghanistan’s Constitution and Society in Transition

The AISS released one of its latest reseach report titled: “Afghanistan’s constitution and the society in transition”. This study’s major objective was to assess the public level of awareness on the constitution’s content and major provisions and getting the reforming and adjusting views and recommendations for possible amendment of the constitution.

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Four Decades of Efforts for Peace and Reconciliation in Afghanistan

The AISS released its latest research paper, titled, “Four Decades of Efforts for Peace and Reconciliation in Afghanistan: Analysis of The Impediments and Barriers to Sustainable Peace”.This research paper has investigated all active factors and components involved in causing and driving the conflict in Afghanistan through different periods, beginning by the 1978 coup to the present era. The research also looks at practical and sustainable ways for addressing the conflict .

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Corruption Mapping in Afghanistan

The AISS released “Corruption mapping in Afghanistan” survey outcomes focusing on assessment of people’s understanding and viewpoint from corruption in 12 provinces of Afghanistanincluding Kabul, Herat, Balkh, Kandahar, Bamyan, Badghis, Badakhshan, Kunar, Nangarhar, Jawzjan, Parwan and Kunduz.

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The Heart of Asia Process at a Juncture: An Analysis of Impediments to Further Progress

The AISS released the most comprehensive report on the Heart of Asia Process (HoAP) to date. The HoAP is a useful institutional vehicle for Afghanistan and the broader region to broker discussion on common threats and opportunities…

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Afghan people’s attitudes and perceptions towards peace talks between the government and the Taliban

The AISS released the findings of its latest public opinion survey report titled: Afghan people’s attitudes andperceptions towards peace talks between the Government and theTaliban. The main objective of the survey was to analyze and examine theviews and interpretation of the Afghan people on the process and nature ofpeace talks with the Taliban which has been initiated by the government of Afghanistan. 

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Social Media and Articulation of Radical Narratives in Afghanistan

AISS released the third of a series of research papers dedicated to examining the trends in radicalization across the various sectors throughoutAfghanistan. This research paper explores the role of social media as a medium of articulation of religiously-inspired radical ideologies andnarratives in Afghanistan.

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Trends of Radicalization among the Ranks of the Afghan National Police

AISS released the fourth series of research papers dedicated to examiningthe trends in radicalization across the various sectors throughout Afghanistan. This research paper studies trends of Radicalization among the Ranks of the Afghan National police.

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Trends in Student Radicalization across University Campuses in Afghanistan

AISS released the first of a series of papers dedicated to examining thetrends in radicalization across the various sectors throughout Afghanistan. This paper is a comprehensive examination of the trends in student radicalization across university campuses in Afghanistan. Arguing thattrends differ across campuses, the report advances three noteworthy findings.

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Trends in Radicalization across Unregistered Madrassas in Afghanistan

AISS released the second of a series of papers dedicated to examining the trends in radicalization across the various sectors throughout Afghanistan. This paper is a comprehensive examination of the trends in radicalization across unregistered madrassas in Afghanistan. 

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