Reconciliation And Social Healing In Afghanistan: A Transrational And Elicitive Analysis Towards Transformation

Reconciliation And Social Healing In Afghanistan: A Transrational And Elicitive Analysis Towards Transformation
Tags: Heela Najibullah

Heela Najibullah analyzes the Afghan reconciliation processes through the lenses of transrational peace philosophy and Elicitive Conflict Transformation. The research highlights two Afghan governments reconciliation processes in 1986 and 2010 and underlines the political events that shaped the 1986 National Reconciliation Policy, drawing lessons for future processes. The author points out the historical and geopolitical patterns indicating regional and global stakeholders involvement in Afghan politics. Social healing through a middle-out approach is the missing and yet crucial component to achieve sustainable reconciliation in Afghanistan.