Afghan Refugees

Afghan diaspora refers to Afghan people who live outside of Afghanistan. These include citizens who have immigrated to other countries, or people of Afghan origin who are born outside Afghanistan. This does not include historical immigration to the Indian subcontinent (see Pashtun diaspora). The vast majority of the diaspora has been formed by Afghan refugees of war since the start of the Soviet-Afghan War in 1979; the largest numbers reside in Iran and Pakistan, together hosting over 2 million Afghans of which most have been resident ever since the Soviet-Afghan War. Apart from these, the largest communities exist in the …

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Disclosable Version of the ISR - Afghanistan: Eshteghal Zaiee - Karmondena (EZ-Kar) …

World Bank Group · 1 October 2021 English

Support for Afghan Refugees in Pakistan IN00998228 ►Number of passports issued to Afghan refugees in Pakistan


Afghan refugees in neighbouring countries

EPRS · 30 September 2021 English

Afghan refugees have, for decades, constituted one of the largest refugee populations in the world. With the return to power of the Taliban, there is little to no expectation that Afghan refugees will

– September 2021 EN Afghan refugees in neighbouring countries Afghan refugees have, for decades, constituted Taliban, there is little to no expectation that Afghan refugees will return home any time soon. Intense fighting complies only partly with international norms. Afghan refugees in neighbouring countries According to the countries already hosted 2.2 million registered Afghan refugees. Some Afghans have lived abroad as refugees many of whom have been displaced since 1948. Afghan refugees in Pakistan By the end of August 2021, Pakistan


Concept Environmental and Social Review Summary (ESRS) - Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Rural Accessibility …

World Bank Group · 29 September 2021 English

Further the province is home to 58% of the Afghan refugees living in Pakistan and these numbers


Biden Loses Ground With the Public on Issues, Personal Traits and Job …

Pew Research Center · 23 September 2021 English

Americans show more support than opposition for two infrastructure bills; majorities favor raising taxes on large businesses and high-income households.

views about the admittance of thousands of Afghan refugees into the country. For this analysis, we surveyed admitting Afghan refugees into the U.S. A 56% majority favors admitting thousands of Afghan refugees into handling of Afghanistan and views of accepting Afghan refugees in the U.S. A few weeks after the United States (56%) say they favor admitting thousands of Afghan refugees to the U.S., while 42% are opposed. These largely favor the U.S. admitting thousands of Afghan refugees. Three- quarters are in favor, including a


The situation in Afghanistan: Essential benchmarks for EU engagement

EPRS · 15 September 2021 English

frozen. Many Afghans have fled to neighbouring countries, joining the estimated 3-4 million Afghan refugees already living there, mainly in Iran and Pakistan. The EU has expressed concerns over the composition

countries, joining the estimated 3-4 million Afghan refugees already living there, mainly in Iran and Pakistan Internally displaced persons (IDPs) and Afghan refugees The EU and Afghanistan http://www Internally displaced persons (IDPs) and Afghan refugees Of a population of around 40 million, the and Pakistan); since then, a further 16 500 Afghan refugees have fled to Iran and Pakistan as well as Tajikistan. Other estimates put the number of Afghan refugees in Iran as high as 3 to 4 million people,


Afghanistan once more under Taliban rule

EPRS · 2 September 2021 English

The departure of United States (US) and NATO troops from Afghanistan marks the end of a 20-year military campaign that was launched in 2001 to eliminate the Taliban's ability to …

being displaced. An additional 2.5 million Afghan refugees are registered in Iran and Pakistan. According


Forget Schadenfreude. What Does the Kremlin Really Think About Afghanistan?

CEIP · 30 August 2021 English

Russia has been eying the departure of U.S. troops from Afghanistan with schadenfreude. But the Kremlin does not relish the prospect of an unstable Afghanistan.

the Taliban, the threat of extremists among Afghan refugees crossing into Central Asia, and concerns about


The Taliban Are Back. Now What?

Cato Institute · 25 August 2021 English

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has fled and landed in Dubai. While the Taliban’s offensive has been going on for months, it recently acquired a momentum that has startled the world. He did, however, admit that Afghan security forces fell more quickly than anticipated.

Pakistan, which houses approximately 3 million Afghan refugees, with more refugees trying to come in.  https://www com/south-central-asia/pakistan-refuses-host-additional-afghan-refugees 27/08/2021 The Taliban Are Back. Now What


Forceful Displays and Soft Rhetoric: Central Asia’s Response to Developments in Afghanistan

FPRI · 25 August 2021 English

referring to the Taliban as an “armed group” rather than an extremist organization. Hard Stance on Afghan Refugees Afghanistan is in the grips of a humanitarian catastrophe, with many trying to flee to the north

an extremist organization. Hard Stance on Afghan Refugees Afghanistan is in the grips of a humanitarian evacuations either. Uzbekistan has similarly denied Afghan refugees entry into the country. Despite this, hundreds announced it was prepared to accept up to 100,000 Afghan refugees, but has remained silent on the issue since com/world/asia-pacific/tajikistan-takes-over-1000-afghan-refugees-2021-07-07/ https://www.reuters.com/world/ /tajikistan-says-its-ready-take-up-100000-afghan-refugees-2021-07-23/ https://gandhara.rferl.org/a/a


Afghanistan Under the Taliban

CEIP · 18 August 2021 English

Experts from throughout Carnegie’s global network assess the stark humanitarian toll, the regional ramifications, and the diplomatic challenges posed by the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan.

and European governments should have toward Afghan refugees. Few governments want a repeat of 2011, after ” Whatever decision EU leaders make over Afghan refugees, the crisis deals a heavy political and moral for Iran. Iran was once home to 2 million Afghan refugees, more than half of whom returned home after


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