Polarization of International Politics on Conflict Resolution in Afghanistan
Dr. Yaqub Ibrahimi
The conflict of Afghanistan has polarized the international politics. The government of Afghanistan and the Taliban have developed separate and contradicting scenario...
Negotiations with the Taliban Won’t Give Afghanistan What it Needs
Afghanistan’s experiment with communism ended with the country’s destruction between 1978 and 1992. The short-lived mujahedeen government and Afghan civil war phas...
How China and India Can Help Secure the Peace in Afghanistan
M. Ashraf Haidari
Afghans consider China and India to be their traditional friends and trustworthy neighbors — ones which have increasingly proven to share their wisdom and wealth...
Time to hit the political reset button in Afghanistan
After a temporary truce between the Afghan government and the insurgents during the three days of Eid-al Fitr, the brief euphoria is over, and the public anxiety has remained...
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Round Table on "Afghanistan, Asia and the new Silk Road"
“Electoral Reform and the Experience of Parliamentary Elections in Afghanistan
“Madalities of conflict resolution in afghanistan A negotiated settlement scenario
“Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors of Youth in Afghanistan
“The Afghan Elites Perception Toward the Islamic Republic of Iran
“Typology of Religious trends in Contemporary Herat in Kabul
“Ceremony of "Strategic Analysis of the Chabahar Port: Afghanistan-Iran-India Relations"
“Panel VI: Special Session on US' New Strategy for Afghanistan/Region