Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

Collapse of the Taliban: How They Emerged Again

November 20,2019

The US believes that the 9/11 attacks were carried out by 19 fanatical Muslims acting on the orders of Osama bin Laden, the founder and leader of al-Qaeda, who was being ...

Failure of Integration Mechanism

November 19,2019

The Kabul government has called on the Taliban to reduce violence and integrate into the Afghan political system. Formation of an all-inclusive political umbrella with the participation ...

Why Afghan Political Parties have failed to Act as an Instrument of Unity and Development

November 18,2019

In recent years, the extreme weakness or sometimes total absence of governance has been identified as a leading factor in Afghanistan’s poor development record ...

Peace Talks – An Interminable Issue

November 17,2019

Peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government have been a controversial issue and former Afghan President Hamid Karzai lost his trust in Barack Obama administration ...

Religious Intolerance the Root Cause of Conflicts

November 16,2019

Promoting religious tolerance and respecting one’s faith, race, and color will pave the ground for peaceful coexistence and uphold the spirit of brotherhood. . .

Ethnocentric View Will Leave Little Room for Peaceful Coexistence

November 14,2019

Racial discrimination and lack of tolerance is one of the main challenges in Afghanistan. One will feel discrimination on the basis of their ethnicity and sect not only among ...

Mistrust Will Have a Huge Bearing on National Interests

November 13,2019

Within the last few years, a growing mistrust between Afghan officials has emerged as political rhetoric makes the headline in national media. Afghan officials ...

Women’s Social and Political Role Highly Significant

November 12,2019

Afghan men and women have been entitled equally based on the constitution approved in the post-Taliban regime. Sexual discrimination, mainly against women ...

Ensuring Law and Order: The Key to Curb Crimes

November 11,2019

Currently, Afghanistan is suffering from myriads of problems and among them the rising rate of crimes is a dominant one. The persistent insecurity and instability have provided ...

Inclusive Talks Will Bear Fruit

November 10,2019

As the Afghan government seeks to find a peace deal with the Taliban, China is going to host an intra-Afghan dialogue. After the US-Taliban negotiations were halted ...

Weak Governance: As the Main Cause of Underdevelopment, Violence and Conflict in Afghanistan

November 07,2019

Violence, terror, underdevelopment and organized crime are
the main issues of Afghanistan. Conflict and state fragility are now main stream in talk about Afghanistan ...

Reginal Pressure on Taliban Likely to Result in Fruitful Talks

November 06,2019

US Special Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad has visited Kabul and Islamabad to discuss the issue of resumption of peace talks between the US and Taliban leadership after it was ...

The Challenges of Gender Inequality in Afghanistan

November 05,2019

The challenges of gender inequality in Afghanistan has been raising on for decades, as the modern society has redefined the role of a woman, which is vastly different from ...

Ethnicity in Afghanistan: A Challenge or Opportunity?

November 04,2019

Afghanistan is a multi-ethnic nation state with socio-cultural differences between its component ethnic groups all of which have resulted into cultural dissimilarity ...

Free ride prescription is not sustainable dose of solution to economy of Afghanistan

November 03,2019

Afghanistan has a lot of economic potentials including mines, agriculture and commercial potentials for economic growth of the country. In terms of mines and underground treasures ...

Afghanistan Needs to a True Peace Talks

November 02,2019

Everyone is in the picture that there was a long period negotiation between the United States and Taliban without any ultimate outcome. Within the period, nine rounds of talks were ...

The Underground Waters Reduction Worries Kabul Residents

October 31,2019

Despite many social and political issues, the reduction of underground water is a long growing issue in the country, especially in Kabul city. According ...

Pen is Mightier Than Sword

October 30,2019

Sharp words may make a deeper wound in one’s heart than swords in body. Even though sword seems to reflect a blaze of rage and hatred boiling angrily in merciless hearts, it can ...

Youth Inclusion in the Afghan Peace Talks

October 29,2019

Afghan youth have been the main victims of the war in Afghanistan. They have fought in both fronts; the front of the Afghan government and the Taliban. The international community ...

Roles of Civil Society in Peace Building

October 28,2019

Civil Society organaizations play a vital role in peace builidng. The roles that civil society plays vary in the manner in which they participate in peace building across ...

The challenges and opportunities of banking industry in Afghanistan

October 27,2019

After the 9/11 event and the formation of interim government, some important steps were taken for establishment of a good economic and political system in Afghanistan...

Equality between Men and Women Ensures a Prosperous Afghanistan

October 26,2019

Equality between men and women is one of the core values of the Afghanistan constitution. This value has been enshrined in Afghan legal and political frameworks. . .

Positive Signals for Resumption of Peace Talks

October 24,2019

All three sides, the Unites States, Kabul administration, and the Taliban signal for resuming peace talks. Regional stakeholders also seek to put their weight behind ...

Best Practices to Prevent Electoral Violence

October 23,2019

Electoral violence is a major threat in countries with week electoral bodies, week governance systems and widespread corruption. Research findings suggest that political ...

Presidential Election Result: A Big Concern for Afghans, International Community

October 22,2019

The 2019 Afghan presidential election is one of the most important events of the country. In terms of the election law, the new election law of Afghanistan is one of the modest ...

Wrong Conflict Settlement the Main Cause of the Peace Talks Failure

October 21,2019

Several decades of conflicts in Afghanistan have brought economy its economy to the brink of collapse, creating humanitarian causalities and concerns. For decades, Afghanistan has been ...

The Eradication of Poverty: a Distant Dream in Afghanistan

October 20,2019

Yesterday was International Day for the Eradication of Poverty which every year is marked throughout the world on October 17. Historically its first commemoration took place in France ...

Ifs and Buts in Resumption of Peace Talks

October 19,2019

Afghan peace process has passed many ups and downs and had come close to a deal last month but called off by US President Donald Trump. A reported meeting between the Taliban delegation ...

Anti-Polio Campaign in Afghanistan and Pakistan

October 17,2019

Afghanistan is one of the three polio endemic countries in the world, alongside Pakistani and Nigeria. Last year, 21 wild poliovirus cases were reported in Afghanistan ...

Afghan Taliban; An Unreliable Terrorist Group

October 16,2019

Afghan Taliban is one of the terrorist groups operating in different parts of Afghanistan. This group has been killing Afghans indiscriminately as ISIS and Al-Qaeda . . .

Peace Process – A Controversial Issue without Result

October 15,2019

Afghan peace process has been a controversial issue since 2010 and made the national and international headlines after the talks between the Taliban and US representatives were ...

Why Equality Before the Law Matters for Afghan Citizens

October 14,2019

Equality before the law ensures for a transgression of the law, the son of a member of the parliament will be equally punished as the unfortunate homeless man. If the homeless ...

Afghan MPs above the Law

October 13,2019

According to the Constitution of Afghanistan, the National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is the highest legislative organ in the country; it manifests the will ...

Social and Political Challenges Hamper Democracy

October 12,2019

Democracy has been challenged in the country as the rights and liberty of individuals are violated egregiously. In post-Taliban Afghanistan, the nation took active part in political ...

Ethnicity and Electoral Behavior in Afghanistan

October 10,2019

Ethnicity is one of the strong social fabric of Afghan society. It involves the common consciousness of shared origin and tradition among a group of people. Ethnicity in ...