The Iranian Afghans

  title={The Iranian Afghans},
  author={Fariba Adelkhah and Z. Olszewska},
  journal={Iranian Studies},
  pages={137 - 165}
Emigration from Afghanistan is the product of socio-political circumstances—drought, regime changes, wars—and economic structures—pastoralism and agricultural seasonal cycles—but it is also situated in a historical continuum of recurrent population movements on a regional scale. As a phenomenon, it has been well-researched in Pakistan, but has been less well understood from the Iranian side. However, many Afghans, notably but not exclusively Hazaras, have settled there since the end of the… Expand
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