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Why Islamic Feminism?

Why Islamic Feminism?

October 28,2019 | Dr. Meraj Ahmad Meraj

Feminism is a form of collective movements that aim to establish the equal political, economic and social rights as well as equal opportunities for women in every walk ...

The glorious hour of Brexit

The glorious hour of Brexit

October 28,2019 | Isidoros Karderinis

Three years ago, with the referendum of June 23, 2016, the British people decided with a percentage of almost 52% and with 71.8% participation the exit of Great ...

Involvement of Regional Stakeholders in Afghan Peace Process

Involvement of Regional Stakeholders  in Afghan Peace Process

October 27,2019 | Hujjatullah Zia

The Taliban delegation met with Pakistani high-ranking officials – including the director-general of Pakistan’s prime intelligence agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence ...

Forms and status of education in West and East

Forms and status of education in West and East

October 27,2019 | Rajkumar Singh

Education is undoubtedly a process to lead and guide a man well and continuously on the pathway to development. It plays a vital role in human development and the progress ...

Developing Content and Forms of Democracy

Developing Content and Forms of Democracy

October 26,2019 | Dr. Rajkumar Singh

Especially in  case of developing countries, the different forms of democracy prevailing in various nations seem to have failed to give desired results. Our failure ...

Women’s Role and Cultural Restrictions

Women’s Role and Cultural Restrictions

October 26,2019 | Hujjatullah Zia

There cannot be true democracy unless women’s voices are heard. There cannot be true democracy unless women are given the opportunity to take responsibility for ...

Do Taliban Really Want Peace?

Do Taliban Really Want Peace?

October 24,2019 | Wali Muhammad Alizai

Taliban assured dissociation with international terrorist outfits during the nine rounds of peace talks, which were called off by the U.S. President Donald Trump after ...

The Cause and Consequences of Increasing Social Crimes in Afghanistan

The Cause and Consequences of Increasing  Social Crimes in Afghanistan

October 24,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari Translated by: Mohammad Zahir Akbari

Social offences have a long history in human life and are considered as an inevitable social phenomenon. The human history has recorded numerous crimes and catastrophes in ...

The Fighting Strategy Should Comprise both Terrorists and Terrorism

The Fighting Strategy Should Comprise both  Terrorists and Terrorism

October 23,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

In last four decades, Afghanistan has been facing domestic and international terrorism which left millions of deaths, disabled, orphaned and widows in the country ...

Development of Western Women Human Rights in Globalisation

Development of Western Women Human Rights  in Globalisation

October 23,2019 | Rajkumar Singh

The present status of women in society is a challenge for human rights. Women form nearly half of the human capital  but in terms of gender equality and gender equity ...

What would bring the US and EU Officials’ Trip to Afghanistan?

What would bring the US and EU Officials’  Trip to Afghanistan?

October 22,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

In recent days, Kabul was hosting the US and EU top Officials followed with different analysis in Afghan political community. According to Afghan analysis, the chances ...

Time to Bite the Bullet in Syria

Time to Bite the Bullet in Syria

October 22,2019 | Carl Bildt

Recent events in Syria have naturally raised two questions: Who lost the country? And where might the international community go from here ...

Targeting Civilians Outrageous and War Crime

Targeting Civilians Outrageous and War Crime

October 21,2019 | Hujjatullah Zia

Civilian casualties continue unabated as the Taliban fighters and Islamic State group continue their hit-and-run strategy. Militant fighters seek to put pressure on the Kabul ...

Growing fundamentalism is a reaction to the Western views

Growing fundamentalism is  a reaction to the Western views

October 21,2019 | Rajkumar Singh

As a result of the renaissance in Europe, with the age of reason, the invention of gun powder, the geographical explorations, the industrial revolution and the colonial ...

The Never-Ending dead end for the Afghan Election commission

The Never-Ending dead end for the Afghan  Election commission

October 20,2019 | Naser Koshan

The importance of elections is equally alike in both established and emerging democracies. In today’s day and age, democracy and elections are synonymously used in political ...

Corporations that abuse human rights are a threat to SDGs and our planet

Corporations that abuse human rights are a  threat to SDGs and our planet

October 20,2019 | Bobby Ramakant

One of the major processes at the United Nations (UN) that gives hope for a better tomorrow where “no one is left behind” is the UN binding treaty on transnational ...

Pathology of the Afghan Presidential Election

Pathology of the Afghan Presidential Election

October 19,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

Election pathology does not mean to ignore the positive points but it can be considered as a good step towards changing deficiencies to efficiencies in the future. Therefore, election ...

The Survival of Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe

The Survival of Democracy in Central  and Eastern Europe

October 19,2019 | Sławomir Sierakowski

Is populism in Central and Eastern Europe finally losing its momentum? In Poland, opposition parties won the Senate, and the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party’s share of the vote ...

Public Concerns over Rise of Criminal Offences in Crowded Cities of Afghanistan

Public Concerns over Rise of Criminal Offences  in Crowded Cities of Afghanistan

October 17,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

After a few months of relatively calm, once again the number of criminal and terrorist assassinations has increased in Afghanistan, especially inside large city of the country ...

The Asia-Africa Growth Corridor: Dynamics, Status Quo and Prospects

The Asia-Africa Growth Corridor:  Dynamics, Status Quo and Prospects

October 17,2019 | Lin Youhong, Wang Yuhao, Li Gen

Nearly three years after its launch, the Asia-Africa Growth Corridor (AAGC) has been labeled a counterweight to China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). And the press, particularly ...

The Asia-Africa Growth Corridor: Dynamics, Status Quo and Prospects

The Asia-Africa Growth Corridor:  Dynamics, Status Quo and Prospects

October 17,2019 | Lin Youhong, Wang Yuhao, Li Gen

Nearly three years after its launch, the Asia-Africa Growth Corridor (AAGC) has been labeled a counterweight to China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). And the press, particularly ...

Pollution Requires to Be Tackled Firmly

Pollution Requires to Be Tackled Firmly

October 16,2019 | S. Asim

A state cannot exist without population and, at the same time, the size of population greatly influenc ...

Does Public Banking Work?

Does Public Banking Work?

October 16,2019 | Katharina Pistor

Three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the United States is finally embracing public banking. In the summer of 1989, political theorist Francis Fukuyama famously ...

Terrorism, opium and corruptions: the catastrophic triangle in Afghanistan

Terrorism, opium and corruptions: the  catastrophic triangle in Afghanistan

October 15,2019 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

In few last decades, Afghanistan has been suffering from three interconnected challenges: Terrorism, opium and Corruption. The first two of them that require both national and international ...

Violations of Panchsheel principles by super powers in South Asia

Violations of Panchsheel principles  by super powers in South Asia

October 15,2019 | Dr.Rajkumar Singh

ANKARA, Turkey— It is dismaying that Turkey’s military operation in northeastern Syria is being spun in the American news media as an attack on Kurds, as weakening ...

China – From a Backward Country to World’s Second Largest Economy

China – From a Backward Country  to World’s Second Largest Economy

October 14,2019 | Hujjatullah Zia

Within the past seven decades, China has made great strides, especially after adopting its reform and opening-up policy. In 1949, Mao Zedong stood in Tiananmen Square ...

Why Turkey Took the Fight to Syria

Why Turkey Took the Fight to Syria

October 14,2019 | Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu

ANKARA, Turkey— It is dismaying that Turkey’s military operation in northeastern Syria is being spun in the American news media as an attack on Kurds, as weakening ...

How to Face the Challenges

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

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

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?

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

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

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

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

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 ...