The exponents of Afghan ethno-nationalism desperately aim...
Dr. Omar Sadr is a research scholar at the Center for Governance and Markets (CGM), the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) at the University of Pittsburgh. Previously, he worked as an assistant professor of political science at the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF), a senior researcher at the Afghanistan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS) and as a researcher at the Department of Peace Studies, the National Centre for Policy Research (NCPR), Kabul University. His primary research interests include political theory, governance of cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue and multiculturalism, democratic governance, as well as political history of Afghanistan. He has been an advocate of political reform, constitutionalism and pluralism in Afghanistan. Sadr's most recent books include "Negotiating Cultural Diversity in Afghanistan" and "The Republic and Its Enemies: The Status of Republic in Afghanistan."
July 01, 2014
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