Institute for Afghan Studies covers Afghan related political,
economic, social, cultural, and educational issues as observed by
scholars, thinkers, journalists and students of Afghanistan
(please see our mission
statement). The Institute also covers human rights
including women's rights issues as well as current events, book
reviews and conference reviews. The Institute is already
considered the preeminent source devoted to Afghan affairs.
We welcome contributions
and feedback from scholars, policy makers and our readers.
All contributions to the
Institute are subject to a review and approval process. The review
process will allow us to ensure contributions to the Institute are
in accordance to and in the spirit of our mission statement. The
Institute reserves the right to reject contributions which are
either not related to its goals and/or are not up to its norms and
informed, we assume any article submitted to us is being offered
exclusively to us. The contributors are not, however, bound to
publish their material solely with us. The Institute is a
non-for-profit and academic establishment and as such is open to a
free exchange of ideas and published materials.
The Institute for Afghan
Studies does not have fact checkers and we are not responsible for
the content of the contributed material. We do reserve the right
to revise spellings and document formats in order to enforce
compliance to our in-house standards.
We prefer contributions
in plain ASCII text format. Microsoft Word and HTML formats are
also accepted, but authors should be aware that document formats
may not be preserved. We require an abstract along with each
contribution, which should summarize briefly the content of the
paper as well as its conclusions.
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