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AFGHANISTAN : UNE GÉOPOLITIQUE DES POPULATIONS " SÉCULIÈRE " ET " RÉGULIÈRE " [Afghanistan : a "secular" and "regular" demographic geopolitics]

Authors: Dumont, Gérard-François; Chalard, Laurent;

AFGHANISTAN : UNE GÉOPOLITIQUE DES POPULATIONS " SÉCULIÈRE " ET " RÉGULIÈRE " [Afghanistan : a "secular" and "regular" demographic geopolitics]

Abstract

Au moins depuis l'intrusion de l'armée soviétique en 1979, l'histoire géopolitique de l'Afghanistan est particulièrement singulière, puisque ce pays s'est trouvé au cœur de la confrontation Est-Ouest, puis de la " guerre contre le terrorisme ". Il serait donc loisible de penser que l'Afghanistan présente une exception aux lois de la géopolitique des populations. Or, il n'en est rien. Pour l'attester, nous allons introduire deux notions, la géopolitique des populations " séculière " et celle " régulière ".

[At least since the intrusion of the Soviet army in 1979, the geopolitical history of Afghanistan is particularly remarkable, since this country has been at the heart of the East-West confrontation and the "war against terrorism ". It is therefore permissible to think that Afghanistan is an exception to the laws of geopolitics populations. However, it is not. To attest, we introduce two concepts, the geopolitics of people "secular" and the "regular"]

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Geopolitics, [SHS.DEMO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Demography, International Relations, [SHS.GEO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Geography, Population, Political Demography, Afghanistan, [SHS.GEO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Geography, [SHS.DEMO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Demography, [SHS.RELIG] Humanities and Social Sciences/Religions, [SHS.SCIPO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Political science, [SHS.RELIG]Humanities and Social Sciences/Religions, Demography and population studies, Religion, Political Geography, Population Geography, Géopolitique des populations : Démographie politique : Géopolitique, [SHS.SCIPO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Political science, Migration, ethnie

9. Puis, dans des années 1970, les États-Unis délaissent l'Afghanistan pour l'Iran.

10. ONU, Annuaire démographique 1962, New York, 665 pages.

11. Le recensement n'aurait concerné que seulement 55 à 50 % de la population, donc est imparfait.

12. Les villes de Kaboul, Kandahar, Mazâr e Charif, Hérât, Djalâlâbâd, Kunduz, Baghlan…

13. Khalidi N. A., “Afghanistan: demographic consequences of war, 1978-198C7e”n,tral Asian Survey, Oxford, 1991, vol. 10, n° 3, pages 101-126. 50 53 56 59 62 65 68 71 74 77 80 83 86 89 92 95 98 01 04 07 10 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 © Gérard-François Dumont - Chiffres IDB.

18. PRB, 2006 World Population Data Sheet, Washington, août 2006, 12 pages.

19. www.census.gov.

20. Sardon, Jean-Paul, « La population des continents et des États en 2P0op0u9l a»t,ion & Avenir, op. cit.

22. Par exemple au Liban.Cf. Dumont, Gérard-Franç,oi«s  Le Liban, géopolitique et populations »O,utre-Terre, n° 13, Érès, 2006.

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