CONSTRAINTS AND POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN AFGHANISTAN , 2001-2006: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL
HABIBI, MOHAMMAD NABI
SALAM, EL-FATEH ABDUL
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Afghanistan is a landlocked country in the heart of Central Aisa which has been witnessing an on ging devasttaing war for the past 30 years . Its one if the poorest and most underdeveloped countries in the region. Afghanistan played the role of buffer zobe for two ex-major powers: USSR and UK , as it has played a very important role in the geopolitics of its region. Afganistan is a gragile state and weak performer because of strong foreign interventions and domestic ethnic conflicts. Its a country of nearly 24 million people. The major ethnic group is Pashtun who are weary of conflict and subject to grinding poverty in an often harsh environment. This study will examine the political development after the invasion of the US and will explain the so-called progress achieved in the past six years. As Afghanistan is trying hard ro recover politically, economically, and socially as war torn country Afghanistan is also trying to revitalize its political institutions as well as social and economic development.