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Afghan Studies Center

The center was established within IKSAD jointly with

Faryab University in October 15, 2020

“It is  time to mobilize your leadership for a global and better world!”

Afghanistan is a country where wars or proxy wars are often experienced in parallel with the changes occurring in the international system. For these and similar reasons, our congress, which will be held with the aim of better researching Afghanistan, provides the researchers with the opportunity to express themselves better on the determined issues and contribute to the expansion of the literature on Afghanistan.
Non-profit, apolitical, independent, and non-governmental in nature, Afghan Studies Center aims to promote cooperation between researchers and practitioners interested in Afghan Studies, intercultural relations; organizes symposiums to enhance the scientific productions on Afghanistan and Regional Studies, Intercultural communication and Intercultural Collaborations; support contact between members, to achieve clear understanding of their profound interconnections ASC is dedicated to connect regions, disciplines, and institutions, creating educational and research programs that target the diversity of cultural practices in this highly strategic zone.


Scientific Collaborations

Support Innovative Ideas

Research regional issues

Support Outstanding Scientific Works through our Symposiums

We highly value international partnerships

They bring together different perspectives, expertise, and insights, adding value to our education and research. The vast majority of our international partnerships are created on an institutional or individual level.





International Relations

Political Science

Public Administration



International Trade

Afghanistan Turks (Northern Afghanistan)

Ethnic and Religious Conflicts in Afghanistan

Afghanistan Security Sector Reform and EU Influence

Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations (After 2014 NATO Withdrawal)

Afghanistan's Economy and Its Role in Energy

Foreign Aid to Afghanistan

Comparison of the Soviet Intervention in Afghanistan and the US Intervention

The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and the resistance of the Afghan people

Women and Politics in Afghanistan

Social Status and Religious Education of Women in Afghanistan

The Social Role of the Phenomenon of Tomb and Visit in Afghanistan Culture

 A Study on the Development of International and Local Banks in Afghanistan and their Role in Afghanistan's Economy

US Drone Strikes and Its Implications for Afghan and Pakistani Security

NATO and Peace Support Operations: Intelligence and Propaganda in the Afghanistan Responsel

Political Between Turkey and Afghanistan in the Post-Cold War Period, Trade and Economic Relations: 2001-2020

A Global Security Issues as Drug Trafficking

 The Effectiveness of International Regimes in Countries with Low Internal Capacity: An International Refugee Regime Conflict Over Afghanistan

History of Turkish education in Afghanistan

A critical Approach to the Collapse of the State, Its Consequences and Rebuilding:Afghanistan Case Study

Afghanistan as a Federal System and its Ethnic Problems and Solutions

The Effects of Taliban and Pashtunistan Problems on Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations

The Effects of the Regional Rivalry Between Saudi Arabia and Iran After 2001 on Afghanistan

NGOs Effects in Afghanistan After 2001

The U.S. – Afghanistan Relationship (Please Specify Your Topic)


Dr. Firoz Favzi

Prof. Firoz Uzbek Karimi 

Dr. Abbas Karaağaçlı



Afghanistan, Faryab, Maimana, 2nd 
District (Dustom District), Faryab 
University, 1805

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