The timely discussion examined the national mood in Afghanistan and long-term prospects for the country’s future. Changing attitudes emerge amid the escalation of attacks in Afghanistan and underscore the crucial questions of security, economic stability, and reconciliation that still confront President Ashraf Ghani.
London, January 19, 2018 — Earlier this week, The Asia Foundation’s Abdullah Ahmadzai, country representative for Afghanistan and Tabasum Akseer, director of Survey and Research in Afghanistan were invited to present the 2017 Survey of the Afghan People at Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, an independent policy institute based in London. The discussion was chaired by Hameed Hakimi, research associate for the Asia Programme and Europe Programme at Chatham House. Audio from the presentation is available here.