Neamat Nojumi

Neamat Nojumi
S-CAR PhD Alumnus and Senior Research Associate for the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution

Biography

Neamat Nojumi is a scholar on Central and Southwest Asia and the Author of the Rise of the Taliban in Afghanistan: Mass Mobilization, Civil War, and the Future of the Region (2002) as well as number of research papers on the contemporary politics of the above regions. Nojumi has worked as a consultant on Afghanistan with Tufts University/the United States Agency for International Development USAID for several times. He is a frequent public speaker on Central and southwest Asia. Nojumi served both in military and political fronts in the Afghan resistance known as Mujahideen in 1980s, and he became a peace activist in 1990s.

Nojumi has studied at Yale, West Hartford, and Tufts Universities. He received a BA in Politics and Government from University of Hartford and a MALD (Master of Art in Law and Diplomacy) with a focus on International Security and International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Nojumi has also worked as a fellow at the Harvard Law School.



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October 01, 2008
Despite the fall of the Taliban, Afghanistan remains a country in dire need of strong international support. This fascinating and clearly written book mines a rich and unique array of data, which was collected in rural areas of Afghanistan by an expert team of...
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