- July 25, 2022
In partnership with the GMU Afghan Scholars Program, the Carter School welcomes Dr. Mansoor Ehsan. A political analyst and researcher, Dr. Ehsan joins the Carter School as Scholar in Residence for a year beginning summer 2022.
- Fri, 06/24/2022 - 12:13
Dr. Ehsan is a seasoned political analyst who specializes in Afghanistan and Central Asia studies. He has published extensively in credible publications on the topics of democracy, nationalism, state-building, peace-building, political Islam, and human security.
- February 4, 2022
To support Afghan refugees needing to relaunch their careers in the United States, George Mason University is inviting scholars and researchers who have recently left Afghanistan to request an academic appointment as visiting scholars.
- The Taliban as a long-term ‘government’ is unrealistic, Mason expert says. Here’s what needs to be done.August 25, 2021
The Taliban’s reign in Afghanistan is not feasible long-term, said Charles Davidson, executive director of the Political Leadership Academy at George Mason University’s Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution.