Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Saturday, August 8th, 2020

Trump’s Pulling out US From WHO is Sad for Global Health and Bad for USA.

Trump’s Pulling out US From WHO is Sad for Global Health and Bad for USA.

July 11,2020 | Syed Tahir Rashdi

The U.S. has sent a letter officially notifying the United Nations that it is leaving the World Health Organization, starting the formal process of withdrawal that ...

Hopes and Worries over Intra-Afghan Peace Talks

Hopes and Worries over Intra-Afghan  Peace Talks

July 08,2020 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

These days Kabul is hosting a series of conferences and negotiations to pave the ground for Intra-Afghan peace talks. According to media reports, today the representatives ...

Relation Between US Interests and Expansion of Taliban

Relation Between US Interests and  Expansion of Taliban

July 08,2020 | Dr. Rajkumar Singh

By 1989, mounting casualties, dissatisfaction among the troops and international pressure led to the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan. Further the power vacuum ...

International Funds Ineffectiveness Towards Peace building in Afghanistan

International Funds Ineffectiveness  Towards Peace building in Afghanistan

July 07,2020 | Asadullah Fahimi

As we discussed previously, Afghanistan falls in ill-state condition and there is a preventive method for ending conflict and violence toward achieving a relative peace...

The Consequences of Haibatullah’s Possible Death on Peace Process

The Consequences of Haibatullah’s  Possible Death on Peace Process

July 07,2020 | Hujjatullah Zia

If the Taliban leader Mullah Haibatullah could have died as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, as unconfirmed reports claim, the Afghan peace process would have been affected adversely...

Will Universities Learn from Lockdowns?

Will Universities Learn from Lockdowns?

July 07,2020 | Kenneth Rogoff

Will COVID-19 finally trigger a long-overdue technological disruption of higher education? Throughout the world, sudden mid-semester lockdowns aimed at combating ...

Al-Qaeda and Osama bin laden

Al-Qaeda and Osama bin laden

July 06,2020 | Raja Furqan Ahmed

After the Soviet occupation in Afghanistan, Muslim from all over the world were encouraged by the United State and its allies to come Pakistan and join the Afghan ...

The Triple Crisis Shaking the World

The Triple Crisis Shaking the World

July 06,2020 | Joschka Fischer

The COVID-19 pandemic is entering its second phase as countries gradually reopen their economies and loosen or even revoke strict social-distancing measures...

Afghans’ Concerns about Hasty Troop Pullout

Afghans’ Concerns about Hasty  Troop Pullout

July 05,2020 | Hujjatullah Zia

Many Afghans who see themselves most closely allied with American values – and most dependent on US support – fear they have the most to lose from the peace deal...

Building Forward with Digital Agriculture

Building Forward with  Digital Agriculture

July 05,2020 | Michael Kremer and Gilbert F. Houngbo

The COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping societies around the world, in part by accelerating the digital revolution that was already underway at the beginning of the year...

Fear of Civil War Looms Large with a Hasty Troop Pullout

Fear of Civil War Looms Large with  a Hasty Troop Pullout

July 04,2020 | Hujjatullah Zia

Afghans view the Taliban outfit with mistrust as its fighters intensified their attacks despite signing peace agreement with the United States. The Taliban are said to share ...

Priorities for the COVID-19 Economy

Priorities for the COVID-19 Economy

July 04,2020 | Joseph E. Stiglitz

Although it seems like ancient history, it hasn’t been that long since economies around the world began to close down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Early in the crisis ...

Stress Management Strategy During Covid-19 Crisis and Beyond

Stress Management Strategy During  Covid-19 Crisis and Beyond

June 01,2020 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

Stress is a series of psychological pressures caused by various factors such as covid-19 global crisis. In global level, millions of people around the world are suffering from psychological stress but with the onset of covid-19 pandemic ...

Globalizing the Fight Against the Pandemic

Globalizing the Fight Against the Pandemic

June 01,2020 | Carlos Alvarado Quesada and Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

The COVID-19 pandemic began less than six months ago, but we have already learned a great deal about the disease. Scientists around the world are looking at new and ...

SAARC Development Fund celebrates a decade of project funding for regional integration and economic cooperation

SAARC Development Fund celebrates a decade of project funding for regional integration and economic cooperation

April 30,2020 |

Thimphu Bhutan, 27 April 2020 – 28 April 2020 marks 10 years of SAARC Development Fund’s establishment as the umbrella financial institution for SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) projects and programmes.

How much Each Afghan’s Behavior Protect National Unity in Afghanistan?

How much Each Afghan’s Behavior Protect National Unity in Afghanistan?

April 01,2020 | Dawlat Bakhtiari

In today’s world, each ones behavior is imperative and counted. A stable family is who has good sense of humor, respect their differences, share their strengths, enjoy their values ...

Flattening the COVID-19 Curve in Developing Countries

Flattening the COVID-19 Curve in Developing Countries

April 01,2020 | RICARDO HAUSMANN

LEE, MASSACHUSETTS – COVID-19 is ravaging advanced economies such as Italy, France, Spain, and the United States. Beyond the deaths and human suffering, markets are discounting a catastrophic ...

Leadership in a Time of Contagion

Leadership in a Time of Contagion

March 26,2020 | Mark Leonard

BERLIN – Google “Europe” and “crisis” and you will turn up 784 million results. So often do the two terms appear together that they might as well be a compound ...

The Challenges of Political Development in Afghanistan

The Challenges of Political Development in Afghanistan

March 26,2020 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

When we talk about political development it refers to modernization of political structures, national unity, political culture, political participation, freedom of expression and so on...

United States is miss leaded in Afghanistan

United States is miss leaded in Afghanistan

March 25,2020 | Hadi Miraan

I was swimming in a luxury swimming pull in Vanishborg city of Sweden that suddenly my glances knotted with terrible pictures on the wall-hanged TV that was displaying the scenes ...

Coronavirus and economic War- Who is triumphant?

Coronavirus and economic War- Who is triumphant?

March 25,2020 | Hamayun Khan

With the number of coronavirus cases continuously ramping up across the globe, agitations over the prospect of the economic repercussion of the pandemic virus are increasing. The virus hailing ...

Pulling Together to Fight COVID-19, Towards a Community of Shared Future for Mankind

Pulling Together to Fight COVID-19, Towards a Community of Shared Future for Mankind

March 24,2020 | Wang Yu

Positive results have been achieved in the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak in China under the leadership of President Xi Jinping. Meanwhile,the global pandemic situation brooks ...

Accountability is the Foundation of Trust in Afghanistan

Accountability is the Foundation of Trust in Afghanistan

March 24,2020 | Dawlat Bakhtiari

Any government in the world does some series of actions like agenda setting, policy formulation, implementation, budgeting and evaluation. In practice, some governments are very successful ...

The Significance of China’s Role in Afghan Peace Talks

The Significance of China’s Role in Afghan Peace Talks

March 24,2020 | Moh. Reza Huwaida

Among the regional and global states, China has played a prominent role in Afghan peace process. China is Afghanistan’s most powerful neighbor and a state with more than one billion ...

Turkey’s Role in Sustainable Peace in Afghanistan

Turkey’s Role in Sustainable Peace in Afghanistan

March 23,2020 | Moh. Reza Huwaida

Sustainable peace will not emerge in Afghanistan if the role of the states, which shared long cultural relations with the country or were engaged constructively in its issues, is disregarded. . .

The Inherent Dignity of Mankind Should be Respected

The Inherent Dignity of Mankind Should be Respected

March 23,2020 | Hujjatullah Zia

Men’s dignity and rights are transgressed widely across the globe. One’s blood is spilt for his particular color, race or beliefs and one falls the victim of rape ...

The Vulnerability of Poor People against Covid-19

The Vulnerability of Poor People against Covid-19

March 23,2020 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

Though corona-virus threatens every one and every country in the world but poor people and poor countries are more vulnerable than richer ones. Inevitably people are more susceptible ...

Deadlock of Peace and Policy Under the Shadow of COVID-19

Deadlock of Peace and Policy Under the Shadow of COVID-19

March 22,2020 | Moh. Reza Huwaida

Within the past years, the spring sea-son has ushered in with concerns for Afghan people as the Taliban declared their spring offensive against the Afghan government ...

Kabul Accommodate the Richest and the Poorest – Never Feel Secure

Kabul Accommodate the Richest and the Poorest – Never Feel Secure

March 22,2020 | Dawlat Bakhtiari

Kabul, which inhabits residents with a wide range of socio-cultural background globally known as the capital city of Afghanistan. During the four decades of civil war, Kabul damaged entirely ...

Xinjiang Uyghurs Enjoy Good Medical And Health Conditions

Xinjiang Uyghurs Enjoy Good Medical And Health Conditions

March 22,2020 | Sheikh Hazza Bin Zayed

The Qur’an is the only fundamental classic of Islam. It is a collection of Allah’s revelation to Muhammad in his 23 years of missionary process. It is also the belief standard ...

Recent declines of democracy in Afghanistan

Recent declines of democracy in Afghanistan

March 19,2020 | Dr. Rajkumar Singh

The latest presidential election held in Afghanistan in September  2020 witnessed only 26 percent turnout, the lowest since 2001. It is a dismal turnout and can hardly ...

A Silent Hero of the Coronavirus Crisis

A Silent Hero of the Coronavirus Crisis

March 19,2020 | Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg

NEW HAVEN – Not to diminish the superhuman efforts of nurses, doctors, and health-care workers worldwide ...

Enduring Freedom Doctrine: Anything Anti-US Interests is Terrorism

Enduring Freedom Doctrine: Anything Anti-US Interests is Terrorism

March 18,2020 | Muhammad Jahangir Kakar

The course of this conflict is not known, yet its outcome is certain. Freedom and fear, justice and cruelty, have always been at war’ was what George W. Bush committed alongside other ...

What Factors Can Unite Afghans?

What Factors Can Unite Afghans?

March 18,2020 |

Unfortunately, the current political situation of the country is like a timeworn piece of cloth as catch from one side it will be torn from the other side.  Though lack of unity ...

The Right Use of Power Result Prosperity for a Nation

The Right Use of Power Result  Prosperity for a Nation

March 17,2020 | Dawlat Bakhtiari

In the Afghanistan context, you may have you noticed that people who have a lot of compassion and social intelligence ...