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FY 2006/2007 Research Topic: 4-28
International Relations of Afghanistan and Its Neighboring Countries

Outline

This present research project is focusing on the issue of the relationships between Afghanistan and neighboring countries such as Pakistan, Iran, India and several Central Asian countries after 9/11 and its aftermath. Japan is sharing a huge responsibility, along with the rest of international society, for the purpose of re-building the new Afghanistan nation. We intend to share and prepare basic information on this region and to focus our analysis on the complexity of geopolitical interests.

Period

April 2005 - March 2007

Organizer

Members of the Research Project

SUZUKI Hitoshi
ONISHI Madoka (Middle East Africa Division, Overseas Research Department, JETRO)
SHIMIZU Manabu (Professor, Hitotsubashi University)
FUKAMACHI Hiroki (Part-time Lecturer, Tokyo University for Foreign Studies)
TANAKA Koichiro (Director, JIME Center, The Institute of Energy Economics)
SHIBATA Kazushige (Manager, The Afghan Network)
OKADA Terue (Assistant, The University of Tokyo)

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