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During The Soviet War In Afghanistan, Why Did The Refugee Surge Into Iran Not Have A Destabilizing Effect Like It Did In Pakistan?

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Brian-Ghilliotti | 16:08 Fri 14th Apr 2017 | History
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During the Soviet War in Afghanistan, why did the refugee surge into Iran not have a destabilizing effect like it did in Pakistan? Or maybe it did, there just hasn't been much media or historical attention on it? Or perhaps the Iranian government was more effective in keeping it hush hush if there was Afghan linked refugee unrest during the Soviet-Afghan war?
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