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Afghanistan’s Foreign Policy Challenges in the Post-American Century [php] By Ahmad Bilal Khalil, Date:29/01/2017 Afghanistan had been badly influenced by the ‘Great Game’ between Russian Czar and British Empire in the 19th and 20th centuries, where Afghanistan lost its Panjdeh district to Russia and through Gandumak and Durand line agreements lost half of its... read more
We need a comprehensive strategy to fight corruption [php] Anayatullah Alami, Date:09/01/2017 According to a recent survey launched by Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA) the corruption arrived at the third position and appeared to be biggest problem of the country after insecurity and unemployment. In such a situation first bold action of the... read more
How not to end the Afghan war [php] Afrasiab Khattak, Date:31/12/2016 In the mid 1980s when the Cold War was at its peak and things had heated up in Afghanistan, the former Soviet statesman Mikhail Gorbachev described Afghanistan as a country that had turned into a bleeding wound. Unfortunately, apart from some brief... read more
Public Private Partnership in Afghanistan: An Alternative to Public Sector Financing [php] Abdul Nafi Sarwari, Date:10/12/2016 In 2001 a new regime came to power in Afghanistan. Since then, public services have greatly flourished in nearly all areas. Access to health, male and female education, infrastructure development, local governance, and human rights are the... read more
The TAT Railway: Towards Greater Connectivity via Afghanistan [php] By Shoaib A. Rahim, Date:10/12/2016 The father of modern economics, Adam Smith, stated that connectivity leads to productivity. That’s an apt summary of the latent potential in Afghanistan’s geostrategic location. The landlocked country shares borders with three of the five landlocked... read more
UAE conference on safeguarding endangered cultural heritage [php] François Richier, Date:05/12/2016 At the joint invitation of the President of the French Republic and His Highness the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, an international Summit  was held on December 2nd and 3rd, in coordination with UNESCO, for the protection of cultural heritage at risk... read more
UN Volunteers Promote Peace and Development in Afghanistan [php] By Toily Kurbanov, Date:05/12/2016 Today is International Volunteer Day, which was created by the United Nations in 1985 to celebrate the power of volunteerism. It is an opportunity for volunteers, and volunteer organizations, to raise awareness of their contributions to peace and... read more
World’s first Freedom of the Press Act turns 250: Time for renewed engagement for free speech [php] Anders Sjöberg, Date:02/12/2016 250 years ago on this day, the world’s first Freedom of the Press Act was adopted by the Swedish Parliament. This meant that censorship of printed publications was abolished and the right of the public to have access to public documents and take... read more
Cold War adversaries are back again [php] Nizamuddin Hamidi, Date:30/11/2016 This time the fear of Violent None State Actors (VNSA) played key role in bringing cold war adversaries the United States of America (USA) and Russian Federation close over the track of rivalry. Fighting through proxies is something that suit best... read more
Why I believe in the National Unity Government’s Fight against Corruption [php] Dominic Jermey, Date:22/11/2016 This week, Afghanistan’s Anti Corruption Justice Centre (ACJC) successfully completed its first trial. In front of the media and Afghan civil society, it held people in power to account for misusing their positions and stealing from the Afghan... read more




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