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Land conflict in Afghanistan

Colin Deschamps

Land conflict in Afghanistan

building capacity to address vulnerability

by Colin Deschamps

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Published by Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit in Kabul .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes statistical tables.

StatementColin Deschamps, Alan Roe
ContributionsRoe, Alan, Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD860.6.Z63 D47 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 43 p. :
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24477323M
LC Control Number2009360729

Many who fled conflict during in Afghanistan are still unable to regain their land and properties through effective restitution procedures, perpetuating ongoing insecurity and conflict due to protracted and ongoing land disputes, illegal land confiscations of returnee lands, unclear ownership rights, dual legal systems (customary and modern), landlessness, land shortages and discrimination against women. Download Citation | On Jan 1, , Colin Deschamps and others published Land Conflict in Afghanistan Building Capacity to Address Vulnerability | Find, .

Text by David Isby. Colour plates by Ron Volstad. This book examines Soviet forces in Afghanistan. The origins and conduct of the war and the operational organisation of Soviet forces are discussed. Afghan resistance and weaponry is also examined. A comprehensive study of both sides in the Afghan war. administrative reforms and maintained Afghanistan’s neutrality in World War I. Full Independence and Soviet Occupation: In Afghanistan signed the Treaty of Rawalpindi, which ended the Third Anglo-Afghan War and marks Afghanistan’s official date of independence. In the interwar period, Afghanistan again was a balancing point between two.

In such cases, informal or customary land rights may conflict with other forms of land tenure. Without a way to be legally validated, the customary tenure may degrade, collapse, or be abusively manipulated in a . Get this from a library! Understanding the War in Afghanistan: a guide to the land, the people, and the conflict. [Joseph J Collins] -- The war in Afghanistan is now the United States' longest-running war. For over a decade, the conflict in central Asia has been the stage for some of the shrewdest foreign policy, fiercest wartime.


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Understanding the War in Afghanistan is an invaluable primer, a book that aims to clarify and explain the country as well as the war.1/5(1). inequality are often entangled within conflicts over land in Kabul’s peri-urban areas. Structural inequalities in Afghanistan create a variety of challenges related to land tenure.

While the causes of land conflict in Afghanistan have been studied in the literature, the manner in. Ethnic and tribal loyalties in Afghanistan provided the lethal cocktail for the violent conflict that engulfed the country following the collapse of the Soviet backed government in The ensuing fighting between mujahideen groups paved the way for the tectonic social and political shifts, which continue to shape events today.

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Much has been written about the wars in Afghanistan and the basic narrative of the conflict, in one form or another, has been repeated in countless books, academic articles and news reports.

But the voices of ordinary Afghans are often absent from these accounts, and yet it is the Afghan people who are most affected by the violence. Decades of conflict and instability have had a devastating impact on Afghanistan's people, economy and environment.

While international attention focuses on the on-going insurgency and conflict. Summary Land disputes are a primary driver of conflict in Afghanistan.

Population pressures, rapid urbanization, displacement and resettlement, and rising land value have increased competi-tion for land. The Afghanistan conflict (Persian: جنگ های افغانستان ‎, Pashto: د افغانستان جنګونه ‎) is a series of wars that has been fought in Afghanistan since Starting with the Saur Revolution military coup, an almost continuous series of armed conflicts has dominated and afflicted Afghanistan.

Land and Conflict in Afghanistan - The Link with the Taliban Insurgency Despite the extensive military operations and humanitarian and development assistance from U.S. and other donors, the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan has grown steadily.

Land and Conflict The United Nations Interagency Framework Team for Preventive Action TOOLKIT AND GUIDANCE FOR PREVENTING AND MANAGING LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES. Afghanistan War, international conflict in Afghanistan beginning in that was triggered by the September 11 attacks and consisted of three phases.

The first phase—toppling the Taliban (the ultraconservative political and religious faction that ruled Afghanistan and provided sanctuary for al-Qaeda, perpetrators of the September 11 attacks)—was brief, lasting just two months. three equal vertical bands of black (hoist side), red, and green, with the national emblem in white centered on the red band and slightly overlapping the other 2 bands; the center of the emblem features a mosque with pulpit and flags on either side, below the mosque are Eastern Arabic numerals for the solar year ( in the Gregorian calendar, the year of Afghan independence from the UK.

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Due to decades of political and economic instability, the management and ownership of land in Afghanistan is complex, characterized by insecure land rights and extensive land conflict.

Approximately one quarter to one third of rural families own no land and a significant number live in landlord houses. Learn more about the successes and challenges in Afghanistan.

A captain in the Territorial Army has resigned after a dispute with the Ministry of Defence over a book he has written that is critical of the conduct of the campaign in Afghanistan's Helmand.Get this from a library! Addressing land conflict in Afghanistan.

[E L Gaston; Lillian Dang; United States Institute of Peace,] -- "Disputes over land in Afghanistan have become one of the key drivers of conflict and criminal violence.

Both formal and informal mechanisms for land dispute resolution are weak. The legal framework.Land Conflict in Afghanistan Land disputes have long driven violent conflict in Afghanistan.

Widespread poverty and a scarcity of productive land generates intense competition among communities, ethnicities, and tribes for land and resources. Disputes over access to land and water are a major source.