Afghanistan’s ‘Political Insecurity’ and the Emerging Geopolitical Calculus in Eurasia

@article{Mohapatra2020AfghanistansI,
  title={Afghanistan’s ‘Political Insecurity’ and the Emerging Geopolitical Calculus in Eurasia},
  author={Nalin Kumar Mohapatra},
  journal={International Studies},
  year={2020},
  volume={57},
  pages={259 - 278}
}
The ‘sustainable peace’ is eluding Afghanistan over centuries. This can largely be attributed to both external geopolitical factors as well as the internal domestic realignments. Often these two factors operate in isolation and at times collude with each other, thus accentuating both domestic and regional instability. The fallout of protracted conflict in Afghanistan in the last few decades has resulted in the emergence of weak governance structure along with the proliferation of radicalism and… Expand

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