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About Antonio Giustozzi

Antonio Giustozzi is a Visiting Professor in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London.   He is the author of several articles and papers as well as three books on Afghanistan.

Articles by Antonio Giustozzi

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Talking to the other side: humanitarian engagement with the Taliban in Afghanistan

%22Bordering"Aid agency engagement with the Taliban will be critical to ensuring they can still operate after 2014.  Research published by ODI explores Taliban attitudes toward aid work and the approaches used by aid agencies to gain access to Taliban-held areas.

The Taliban and Afghanistan’s war

The pattern of war in Afghanistan is changing amid evolving relationships within the Taliban, between the movement and its base, and its engagement with western and local forces. Antonio Giustozzi examines the current military and political situation.

The neo-Taliban: a year on

The success of a reinvigorated Afghan insurgency – albeit qualified by overstretch and internal tensions – guarantees that 2009 will be another tough year of combat, says Antonio Giustozzi.

The resurgence of the neo-Taliban

A potent mix of ideology, ethnicity, strategy and social discontent fuels intensifying insurgency in Afghanistan, says Antonio Giustozzi.
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