Afghanistan Development Diplomatic Relations Human Rights International Law & Policy Maria Baginska Peace & Conflict Studies Rights Security Society United Nations Women Women in Security

A Tightrope of Commitment: UNSCR 1325

Maria Baginska examines the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 and questions the international community’s commitment to women’s involvement in security negotiations, as well as their overall rights.

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The War in Afghanistan Takes An(Other) Turn

Daniel Woodburn discusses the difficulties of post-war transition in Afghanistan, including the creation of democratic institutions and the challenges posed by transnational terror.

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Militarized Masculinity and Gendered Security: War and Peace From a Feminist Perspective I

Saman Rejali explores how gendered notions of war impact the exclusion of raped victim’s experiences during “peace” time.

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The Battle over Women’s Rights in Afghanistan

Saman Rejali argues that while women’s rights served as a legitimizing force for the war in Afghanistan, Afghan women continue to be left out of the post-war decision-making processes affecting their lives.