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The Afghanistan Analyst

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The Afghanistan Analyst is a collective blog initially launched in 2006 by Christian Bleuer, who graduated from the Australian National University’s Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies in 2012 (PhD). He and his collaborators collect, publish and bring together a great number of pertinent and valuable resources on Afghanistan. The blog aims to be a research portal for scholars, students and journalists.

The visitor will find amongst other things: a list of blogs from and about Afghanistan, a list of Pashto Language resources, some extensive bibliographies on Afghanistan, and on Afghan Law, as well as lists of Research Centers and Non-Governmental Organizations.

Most resources are in English, and some in German and French.

The blog is in English.

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  • > Writings and Statements of Ashraf Ghani

    The writings of Ashraf Ghani are likely to provide insight into his plans for Afghanistan as he begins his term as President. If there is one theme to his writings over the last 10 years, it is sovereignty and state-building. … Continue reading

  • > Call for Abstracts

    The Max Planck Foundation and the Hamida Barmaki Organization are inviting Afghan and international scholars to submit abstracts for their upcoming Afghan Legal Studies Conference and for the newly founded Yearbook of Afghan Legal Studies. The conference will be held … Continue reading

  • > NATO Beyond Afghanistan

    By Steve Saideman In the summit in Wales last week, NATO tried to put Afghanistan in the rearview mirror, but its legacy will continue to shape the organization for years to come. Much of the focus in Wales was on … Continue reading

  • > A Discussion About Afghanistan with Former Taliban Prisoner Paul Refsdal

    By Suzanne Schroeder Note: This paper is drawn from an interview with Paul Refsdal, a Norwegian journalist kidnapped by the Taliban while filming members of the organization in 2009. Mr. Refsdal was very candid, discussing a variety of issues, such … Continue reading

  • > Research Spotlight

    We are now ready to begin receiving unsolicited submissions of published works, unpublished academic drafts, dissertations, and related content. Two primary motivators for reviving this website were to (1) to provide an online research portal for scholars, students, journalists, policy-makers, … Continue reading

  • > Monday Morning Legal Updates

    A fifth edition of the Afghanistan Law Bibliography is long overdue. Rather than wait for a final product before posting new resources and links, a work-in-progress page will now be maintained under the Afghanistan Law Bibliography tab of the main … Continue reading

  • > Power-Sharing in Afghanistan

    Following a second round of voting in the Afghan Presidential election, allegations of fraud led to a potential political crisis. To avert the potential crisis, the two candidates in the run-off election, Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah, are reported to … Continue reading

  • > Accessing “Hidden” Analysis on Afghanistan

    I have been searching journal article databases and directories in preparation for another edition of the bibliography. For 2014 there are many new and valuable articles on Afghanistan. Some of them are very relevant to the current situation and would … Continue reading

  • > Resumed Operations

    The Afghanistan Analyst website is resuming activity. This site is the product of countless hours of work, compensated not in money, but in satisfaction in providing a useful resource for others. Despite lying dormant for nearly two years, this site … Continue reading

  • > Reduced Operations at The Afghanistan Analyst

    As of now, most of the resources on this website will no longer be updated. Working on this website from 2006-2013 was enabled by a grad student lifestyle. But I have much less free time to dedicate to unpaid work … Continue reading

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Anaïs Salamon, « The Afghanistan Analyst », Aldébaran, Blogs et listes de diffusion, [En ligne], mis en ligne le 13 décembre 2012 18h13. URL : consulté le 21 janvier 2020.

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