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Conversations in Conflict Studies- Dr. Isaac Kfir

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CONVERSATIONS IN CONFLICT STUDIES-"Need to Contain Afghanistan” SPEAKER: Dr. Isaac Kfir, Lecturer at the Lauder School of Government & Senior Research Fellow at the International Institute for Counter Terrorism,Herzliya, Israel Dr. Isaac Kfir will examine the recent debate over the request for additional US troops for the conflict, arguing that more troops will not alleviate Afghanistan’s problems. The focus will be on the Afghan Jihad and its affect on Pashtun culture, which has direct bearing on the current troubles in Afghanistan. Dr. Isaac Kfir is a Schusterman Visiting Fellow at Syracuse University, Maxwell School of Public Administration / Institute for Counter-Terrorism (INSCT). -Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC). 

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