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Publication: Energy Transitions and Geopolitics in South Asia: The Contest for Hydro-Hegemony on the Brahmaputra

Energy Transitions and Geopolitics in South Asia: The Contest for Hydro-Hegemony on the Brahmaputra

The interlinkages between the energy transition and the contest for political power are particularly…
Publication: December has come to embody the issues facing Taliban rule in Afghanistan

December has come to embody the issues facing Taliban rule in Afghanistan

ISKP has maintained its challenge to the regime throughout 2022 via attacks on Taliban infrastructure…
Publication: The Securitization of Education in Afghanistan

The Securitization of Education in Afghanistan

Trajectories of public and private education in Afghanistan and its gendered impacts...
Publication: Cybersecurity Governance in South Asia: India and Pakistan

Cybersecurity Governance in South Asia: India and Pakistan

Governments have increasingly seen ICT as a strategic asset for national security and as a battlefield…
Publication: It has always been time to listen to Afghan women

It has always been time to listen to Afghan women

The peace negotiations in Doha failed to secure guarantees concerning women’s rights, despite the fact…
Publication: Future of State institutions in Afghanistan: An interview with Mr. Mahmoud Saikal, former Afghan Diplomat to the UN

Future of State institutions in Afghanistan: An interview with Mr. Mahmoud Saikal, former Afghan Diplomat to the UN

With very small exceptions, the large portion of institutions will be unable to function effectively…
Publication: Building the State? Security Sector Reform in Afghanistan between 2001 and 2021

Building the State? Security Sector Reform in Afghanistan between 2001 and 2021

Following the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 under codename Operation Enduring Freedom, SSR immediately…
Publication: One Year After the Myanmar Coup: Taking Stock

One Year After the Myanmar Coup: Taking Stock

In hindsight, the events of February 2021 should not have been all that surprising as Myanmar, for most…