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After decades of instability, what does the future hold for Afghan migration?

There are currently over 2.6 million Afghan refugees worldwide. Image: REUTERS.

Mohib Iqbal
International Economic Expert and Consultant, World Bank programmes in Afghanistan
Marie McAuliffe
Head, Migration Research, International Organization for Migration (IOM)
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