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Soviet intervention in Afghanistan a big mistake

 38 years ago, on 6th of Jadi 1358 (27 Dec. 1979), the Red Army of the Former Soviet Union, overthrew the then president of Afghanistan ... Full story

Joint efforts a must to curb terrorism

The parliamentary heads of six nations on Sunday agreed to join hands against terrorism and for bringing peace in the region at a conference held ... Full story

Terrorists’ safe havens continue to destabilize region

 The principal objective of the international community in Afghanistan since the 9-11 attacks has been –and appropriately continues to be — to ensure that the ... Full story

Malicious circles shouldn’t be allowed to create discord among Afghans

 When a page of history concerning to the fact that disputes have either been resolved through tensions or peace dialogue, was turned over, we can ... Full story

Principle of change & reform for good governance

 Since its inauguration, economic revival, countering corruption and reform have been high on the agenda of the National Unity Government (NUG). Yet, the growing insurgency ... Full story

Migration requires global cooperation

 The world’s largest origin of refugees, and only recently eclipsed by Syria, Afghanistan now finds itself increasingly experiencing mixed migration, with emigration of refugees and ... Full story

Enhanced Afghan-Pak relations important for counterterrorism

 Earlier this week Pakistani foreign office spokesman Mohammad Faisal said that in order to improve Pak-Afghan relations, Islamabad had suggested a ‘Pakistan-Afghanistan Action Plan for ... Full story

E-ID cards to ensure election transparency

 Electronic ID cards could make Afghanistan’s elections fairer and contribute to social justice as well. Plans to introduce the biometric cards known as “tazkira”, carrying ... Full story

How to see Afghanistan fit into China’s OBOR initiative vision

F. Makhdom One Belt, One Road project, a megaproject, initiated by China, has become more popular among the world economic powers, making hot topics of the ... Full story

Land usurpation still a challenge

 Two years ago, in 2015, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, during his visit to the country’s eastern zone, ordered provincial authorities to prevent land-grabbing and bring ... Full story

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