Washington, DC Public Program: The Asia Foundation’s 2017 Survey of the Afghan People


The recent escalation of attacks in Kabul underscores the crucial questions of security, economic stability and reconciliation that still confront President Ashraf Ghani and CEO Abdullah Abdullah, despite the significant progress Afghanistan has made. Those questions and other pressing issues facing the country are the subject of The Asia Foundation’s 2017 Survey of the Afghan People. On November 14, 2017 The Asia Foundation and co-host U.S. Institute of Peace presented the findings and discussed the trends in citizens’ views over time.

Featuring
Tabasum Akseer, Survey Director, Afghanistan, The Asia Foundation
Zach Warren, Survey and Research Advisor, The Asia Foundation
Ambassador Daniel F. Feldman, former Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan (SRAP) at the U.S. Department of State; Partner, Akin Gump; and Asia Foundation Trustee 

Moderator
Scott Worden, Director of Afghanistan and Central Asia Programs, U.S. Institute of Peace

Related locations: Washington DC
Related programs: Survey of the Afghan People

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