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Implications of Ignoring Informal Justice and Governance Structures in Afghanistan/Northern Pakistan

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Uploaded on Dec 22, 2009

It is widely believed that Afghanistan is a lawless country devoid of any meaningful legal structures. In reality, Afghanistan has a long history judicial developments and the widespread use of informal mechanisms for dispute resolution. International lawer and Carr Center Associate Fellow Justeena Dhillon discussses the role and importance of these mechanisms in Afghanistan and Northern Pakistan.

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