Security strategies of Afghanistan: A model for managing and controlling half a century of crisisAuthor(s):
Abdul Fahim Sidiqi and Mohammad Habib EltafAbstract:
The anarchic atmosphere of the international system has a rule that governments, by consolidating their capabilities, understand regional and global conditions and requirements; manage their security as a rare commodity. Afghanistan, as a fledgling political entity, has experienced a period of stability and security throughout its life except for the first half of the century. The main reason for the instability, insecurity and backwardness of this country is the inability of this country to adopt appropriate security strategies that will be able to contain the crisis and produce security and stability for this country. Therefore, the main question of this research is what strategy can control the crisis and produce security in Afghanistan? This study presumes security strategies as an independent variable in the analysis of the situation in Afghanistan and tries to draw a desirable and secure model of security strategies for Afghanistan by relying on positivism and realism theory and then apply it will act. The data collection method of this research is also the library research method and we will refer to the existing written works in this field.Pages: 219-223 | Views: 465 | Downloads: 161Download Full Article: Click Here
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Abdul Fahim Sidiqi, Mohammad Habib Eltaf. Security strategies of Afghanistan: A model for managing and controlling half a century of crisis. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2021;3(1):219-223.