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The Problem of ‘Inclusivity’ in Afghan government

In Episode 19 of the Afghan Eye Podcast, Ahmed-Waleed Kakar spoke about the requirement for inclusivity during the intra-Afghan negotiations as part of the Afghan Peace Process. Ahmed-Waleed explains why the notion of inclusivity in the context of the last 19 years in Afghanistan has lost it’s meaning.

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Sangar Paykharhttps://www.sangarpaykhar.com/
Sangar Paykhar is a freelance journalist and commentator on Afghan current affairs. He was born in Kabul 1982. During the Afghan civil war of the 1990's his family were forced to relocate the Netherlands. He graduated from The School of Governance and Global Affairs in the Hague and he has studied Journalism at post graduate level in Leiden University. Mail: paykhar@afghaneye.org
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