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Omar Sadr

Assistant Professor of Political Science
American University of Afghanistan

Omar Sadr is Assistant Professor at American University of Afghanistan (AUAF), Kabul, Afghanistan. Previously, he worked at the Afghanistan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS) and National Centre for Policy Research (NCPR), Kabul University. His primary research interests are in the intersection of culture and politics, democracy, multiculturalism. He earned a doctorate from South Asian University.

Subjects: Political Science

Biography

Omar Sadr is Assistant Professor at American University of Afghanistan
(AUAF), Kabul, Afghanistan. Previously, he worked at the Afghan Institute
for Strategic Studies (AISS) and National Centre for Policy Research
(NCPR), Kabul University. His primary research interests are in the intersection
of culture and politics. He earned a doctorate from South Asian
University, New Delhi, India. His recent publications include “Political
Settlement of Afghanistan Conflict” (2019); “The Fallacy of Afghanistan’s
Peace Process: A People’s Perspectives” (2018); “Mahmud Tarzi: Intellectual
and Reformist,” in Dev N. Pathak and Sanjeev Kumar H.M. (eds), Modern
South Asian Thinkers (2018); “Afghanistan: The Vulnerabilities of Minorities,”
in Sajjad Hassan (ed.), South Asia State of Minorities Report 2016:
Mapping the Terrain (2016); and “Rethinking Stability for Afghanistan:
Socializing Great Powers in a Multilateral Order,” in Rajen Harshe and
Dhananjay Tripathi (eds), Afghanistan Post-2014: Power Configurations
and Evaluating Trajectories (2015).

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Governance of Cultural Diversity, Democracy, Multiculturalism, Statebuilding, Political Theory, History, Culture and Society of Afghanistan

Books

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