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The Effects on Tajikistan of Security Developments in Afghanistan since 2001

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How have the decades of conflict and instability in Afghanistan affected its closest Central Asian neighbour? This paper discusses the threats to security in Tajikistan that have emanated from Afghanistan, with a focus on drug-trafficking and religious extremism. It also considers the “other side of the coin”: benefits that have arisen from international efforts in the region, including “border management” efforts.

Affiliations: 1: Independent researcher focusing on security in Afghanistan and Central Asia


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