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How to Face the Challenges
October 13,2019 | Dilawar Sherzai
Every society is recognized from the types of its problems and the nature of its values and habits of its people. The great societies of the world that achieved the zenith of development ...
A Report of The Truth of Hong Kong
October 13,2019 | Robert Ovadia
I have never seen disinformation weaponised with such venom as my time in Hong Kong...
The Instrumental View of Islamabad on Afghan Peace Process
October 12,2019 | By: Saalim Naji / Translated by: Mohammad Zahir Akbari
After the cancellation of peace talks between the US and Taliban, the Taliban were almost marginalized in the world and so traveled to capitals of regional countries to compel the United ...
At 70, is China still a challenge for America?
October 12,2019 | Rajkumar Singh
The present day People’s Republic of China (PRC) was born on October 1, 1949, after a long mass struggle/movement which paved the way for development of Marxist-Leninist ideology ...
EU Ambassadors Against Death Penalty
October 10,2019 |
Today is the World Day Against the Death Penalty. We, the Ambassadors of the European Union, its Member States and Norway to Afghanistan, reiterate our strong and principled ...
Human Rights Discourse through Religious Prism
October 10,2019 | Hujjatullah Zia
Metaphysical human rights, which are discussed among religious scholars, will neither heal the bleeding wounds of human societies nor prevent from violence and bloodshed. . .
Regional Stakeholders Urge for Inclusive Peace Talks
October 09,2019 | Hujjatullah Zia
Following the trip of a Taliban delegation to Islamabad, the issue of peace talks resumption has resurfaced. The Afghan government has reiterated Afghan-owned and Afghan-led ...
No More Half-Measures on Corporate Taxes
October 09,2019 | Joseph E. Stiglitz
Globalization has gotten a bad rap in recent years, and often for good reason. But some critics, not least US President Donald Trump, place the blame in the wrong place, conjuring ...
Will Afghanistan Achieve Sustainable Peace?
October 08,2019 | Moh. Sakhi Rezaie
Political conflicts in any country can only be solved through political dialogue. However, to put an end in long conflicts like the one in Afghanistan, some of the egregious ...
Inside Macron’s Russia Initiative
October 08,2019 | Mark Leonard
French President Emmanuel Macron is one of those leaders who wants to bend the arc of history. Having upended French politics, he has secured positions for his preferred candidates at the head ...
China Plays a Prominent Role in Promoting the Peace Process in Afghanistan
October 07,2019 | By: Huang Dekai ,Qin Ruijing&Peng Chaohui
On September 7, 2019, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Pakistani Foreign Minister Qureshi and Afghan Foreign Minister Rabbani held the third China-Afghanistan-Pakistan ...
The IMF After Argentina
October 07,2019 | Kenneth Rogoff
CAMBRIDGE – In case you blinked, the Argentine government built up a pile of debt out of almost nothing with surprising speed, and then proceeded to default on it almost ...
Agricultural productivity in 2019 and its persistent challenges
October 06,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari
The agricultural sector plays an important role in economy of Afghanistan as around 80% of Afghan populations are fed by this industry. The climate of Afghanistan is well ...
Greening Our Cities
October 06,2019 | Emma Navarro and Nanda Jichkar
LUXEMBOURG – With global leaders having recently gathered in New York City for the UN Climate Action Summit, it is important to remember that cities are not just convenient settings ...
No Peace is Feasible in Absence of Government in Afghanistan
October 05,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari
Last Thursday, a Taliban 12-member delegation led by political deputy Mullah Abdul GhaniBaradar went to Islamabad and met with Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Minister ...
The EU’s Rule-of-Law Test
October 05,2019 | Tytti Tuppurainen
HELSINKI – The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom’s recent ruling that Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in seeking to suspend (or “prorogue”) the UK Parliament ...
Afghans Lost their Trust in Democracy
October 03,2019 | Hujjatullah Zia
Afghan President Muhammad Ashraf Ghani insisted on holding elections before a formal peace talks with the Taliban, which was against the Taliban’s demands. After the result ...
The Gandhian Principles for Non-violence and Peace
October 03,2019 | Dr. Ahmad Meraj
Humanity is passing through roads plagued by wars, conflicts, hunger and environmental destruction and loss of natural resources. We must restore the balance between individuals ...
China Celebrates its Seven-Decade Development
October 02,2019 | Hujjatullah Zia
Since its establishment in 1949, People’s Republic of China has played a constructive role in regional and global peacekeeping ...
The Roots of Hong Kong’s Crisis
October 02,2019 | Henry Huang
Hong Kong, the pearl of the East, yet lives in such a turmoil. The ongoing political crisis and massive protest have drawn a large amount of international concern and attention. . .
Let’s IECs Do their jobs
October 01,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari
Undoubtedly, the presidential election has only one winner but the current atmosphere seems as if everyone is winner. As soon as the presidential election ended, the atmosphere ...
Saving Pacific Islanders from Geoengineering
October 01,2019 | François Martel
Geoengineering will save us from the climate crisis, its champions insist. By using technology either to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere or to deflect some solar radiation ...
Pros and Cons of Presidential Election in Afghanistan
September 30,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari
In spite of some challenges and shortcomings, the current presidential election described as one of the best election in recent years. Despite serious security warnings ...
China – A Model for Peaceful Development
September 30,2019 | Hujjatullah Zia
This year marks 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, which has made great strides through its reform and opening-up policy and changed . . .
What’s Freezing Europe-Russia Relations?
September 29,2019 | Joschka Fischer
Although the European Union and Russia are part of the same landmass, they don’t have all that much in common.. .
The Mainstreaming of Corruption
September 29,2019 | Sławomir Sierakowski
As we have seen in recent years, domination by a populist party can lead to the deep polarization of an electorate. But it also erodes the ethical fabric of political life. . .
Who Is Responsible for Rise of Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan?
September 26,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari
The civilian causalities have been a serious challenge in conflict of Afghanistan which raised a lot criticism and hatred in national and international level. The latest case as claimed ...
A Woman-Focused Climate Agenda
September 26,2019 | Alison Holder and Sivananthi Thanenthiran
From teen activist Greta Thunberg’s much-publicized transatlantic journey on a zero-emissions boat to attend the United Nations General Assembly to the proliferation ...
Increasing Impartial Election Monitors is Good Measure to Its Transparency
September 25,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari
According Independent election commission (IEC), more than 100 thousand people will monitor from Election Day scheduled on 28 September, 2019. Given the controversy over ...
Presidential Election is a Golden Opportunity to Strengthen Democracy in Afghanistan
September 24,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari
In recent weeks, the election campaigns have been decentralized from Kabul to remote provinces and main districts of Afghanistan. The Presidential candidates have increased their ...
Reconciliation Must Drive Development
September 24,2019 | Rémy Rioux
In a profoundly volatile world riddled with fractures, the temptation to embrace a seemingly reassuring path of withdrawal or isolation may be strong. In fact, avoidance of potential ...
China Has No Intention of Militarizing South China Sea
September 23,2019 | Gen Li, Yuhao Wang & Ruijing Qin
In recent years, with the continuous development of China’s economy, the importance of marine resources has become increasingly prominent. The Chinese government attaches ...
Another War Looming in Yemen
September 23,2019 | Manish Rai
Last month port city of Aden which is currently the seat of exiled President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi government was captured by southern separatists demanding secession of South Yemen...
Challenges before Adopting New Curriculum by MoE
September 22,2019 | Amin Danish
Adopting any types of curriculum will affect the level of learning and change students’ behaviors accordingly. Competency based education (CBE) is no exception and will certainly ...
How AI Can Promote Social Good
September 22,2019 | By: Hala Hanna and Vilas Dhar
Artificial intelligence is now increasingly present in corporate and government decision-making. And although AI tools are still largely in the hands of institutions that focus on profit before ...