The latest issue of Tigah takes a view of the issues and challenges following the US-led NATO exit from Afghanistan. It also looks into the options beyond 2014. The journal offers some thought provoking recommendations on how to tackle the issues of radicalization. It comes up with concrete strategies on rehabilitation of the ex-combatants and engaging the youth – the most vulnerable class, gainfully. The journal suggest how to say a satisfactory answer to the frequently asked question of mainstreaming FATA by bringing in political and legal reforms with a well-thought out and well designed local government system.
The research papers published in TIGAH (volume IV) can be downloaded from here.
Research Papers Author(s)
|1) ‘Takfiri’ a Messianic Ideology: ‘Counter Measures’ for Radical Insurgents in Waziristan||Ammara Rabbani Rao
|2) Mainstreaming FATA through Legal and Political Reforms||Asmatullah Khan Wazir Muhammad Zaheer Khan|
|3) Harnessing Potential of Young Men & Women: The Need of a Youth Policy in FATA||Naila Aman Khan
|4) US-NATO Exit from Afghanistan: Challenges and Options Beyond 2014||Rahmanullah|
|5) Drone Strikes in FATA: Impact on Militancy, Social, Economic and Psychological Life||Irfan U Din|
|6) De-radicalization Strategy: Prospects for Rehabilitation of Ex-Militants||Sobia Abbasi|
|7) Local Government System in FATA||Dr. Raza Rahman Khan
|8) Impacts of Violence on Demographic Dividend of FATA||Asad Kamal