Central Asian Emigres in Afghanistan: First Wave 1920-1931

Kamol Abdullaev is an Associate Professor in the History Department of the Tajik State University in Dushanbe, where he recently returned after spending the first six months of 1994 as a Visiting Fulbright Scholar at George Washington University. As Professor Abdullaev points out, this article is based in part on sources not heretofore available to scholars. It is therefore valuable as historical documentation. The Monitor feels that it has additional value as Continue reading Central Asian Emigres in Afghanistan: First Wave 1920-1931

Accord. Politics of compromise The Tajikistan Peace Process

accordIntroduction: from war to politics
Catherine Barnes and Kamoludin Abdullaev (March 2001)

In comparison with many of the ‘internal’ wars of the late twentieth century, the inter-Tajik conflict is notable both for its rapid escalation to war in 1992 and for its relatively quick conclusion through a negotiated settlement reached in June 1997. This issue of Accord documents these events, provides insight into the main parties to the conflict, describes the official aiq informal initiatives that comprised Continue reading Accord. Politics of compromise The Tajikistan Peace Process