In This Installment of Access the Experts
Sher Jan Ahmadzai, Director of the UNO Center for Afghanistan Studies, answers the question: “How do you see a post-withdrawal U.S.-Afghan relationship and how important is it for the U.S. to stay engaged in Afghanistan?”
Ahmadzai has served at various positions in the Office of the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Prior to leaving Afghanistan in 2007, he served as Director of the Presidential Schedule and was responsible for managing President Karzai’s daily calendar. He also worked on an assigned project at the Presidential Palace to provide the president with detailed background reports on each member of the newly elected Parliament of Afghanistan in 2005. He also has written for Omaha World Herald and CNN Global Public Square on issues related to Afghanistan.
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