Iran s Influence in Afghanistan

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Iran   s Influence in Afghanistan
Author : Alireza Nader
File Size : 44,9 Mb
Publisher : Rand Corporation
Language : English
Release Date : 11 June 2014
ISBN : 9780833085924
Pages : 70 pages
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Iran s Influence in Afghanistan by Alireza Nader Book PDF Summary

This study explores Iranian influence in Afghanistan and the implications for the United States after most U.S. forces depart Afghanistan in 2016. Iran has substantial economic, political, cultural, and religious leverage in Afghanistan. Although Iran will attempt to shape a post-2014 Afghanistan, Iran and the United States share core interests: to prevent the country from again becoming dominated by the Taliban and a safe haven for al Qaeda.

Iran   s Influence in Afghanistan

This study explores Iranian influence in Afghanistan and the implications for the United States after most U.S. forces depart Afghanistan in 2016. Iran has substantial economic, political, cultural, and religious leverage in Afghanistan. Although Iran will attempt to shape a post-2014 Afghanistan, Iran and the United States share core interests:

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