Editor in Chief: Dr. Hussain Yasa Thursday, January 19th, 2017

Government Lacks Commitment to Solve Basic Issues

January 19, 2017

As Afghan government has not been able to deliver well, the concerns of the people and their skepticism about the future of the country seem to be on the rise. They have lost...

Misuse of Archaeological Sites

January 18, 2017

The archaeological sites within a country are basically the traditional wealth of a country and belong to the whole nation. These sites should be guarded properly and should be...

The Rocky Road of Peace Process

January 17, 2017

Terrorism, which increases the anguish and sufferings of individuals, is a relentless plight and blackmails the entire globe. Afghanistan bears the brunt of it and sustains heavy...

A Silver Lining in Syria

January 16, 2017

The Syria’s war is a great tragedy of modern world and a highly negative milestone in the history of human society. The humanitarian law was widely violated by militant fighters...

Concerns Regarding Human Rights

January 15, 2017

The situation of human rights in Afghanistan has always worried the sensitive individuals, the human rights organizations, civil society, media and the international community...

“Erosion in Afghanistan Reconstruction”

January 14, 2017

The war against terrorism that was started by U.S. in Afghanistan does not seem to have generated the results that were expected. Even after spending so much in blood and money...

Bourgeoning Security Concerns

January 12, 2017

On Tuesday, some heinous attacks were carried out in different parts of the country. There were four major attacks – two were carried out in Kabul, one in Helmand and another one...

Insecurity Haunts Afghanistan Persistently

January 11, 2017

It is really unfortunate for Afghanistan that even after so many sacrifices that are given by the country, the prospects of peace and tranquility are not very optimistic. The insecurity...

Our Security, Economic and Political Issues

January 10, 2017

The security of a nation is a vital element to ensure its viability and survival as well as it is essential for securing an environment which will facilitate the...

Insecurity Haunting Innocent Civilians

January 08, 2017

Insecurity continues in Afghanistan and keeps on haunting people in different ways. Though all the people suffer as a result of insecurity, the weaker strata within the society...

Severe Cold and the Most Vulnerable

January 07, 2017

As the intensity of the cold weather has increased in different parts of the country, people are being influenced in different ways. Those who are poor and do not have the...

Strengthening Democracy in Afghanistan

January 05, 2017

Achieving a satisfactory democratic system that has the will and support of the people in its essence is a difficult task. There are various requirements that must be achieved in...

Responsibilities are as Important as Rights

January 04, 2017

There is a very close relationship between a person’s rights and his responsibilities. Rights are privileges while the responsibilities are duties; therefore, most of the...

Education Sector Requires Immediate Attention

January 03, 2017

Education is one of the sectors that have been influenced to a large extent in Afghanistan, both by the prevailing insecurity and the negligence of the relevant authorities. Education...

Environmental Degradation in Kabul

January 02, 2017

There are serious concerns in Kabul about the debilitating condition of environment and tranquility. Since there has been a sharp and an uncontrolled influx of people in the city...

On Entering New Year

January 01, 2017

The world has stepped in a new year – 2017. It is that point of time in the year when the individuals and the nations should look at their previous year, highlight the main issues that...

Lingering Peace Negotiation

December 31, 2016

The peace game has changed into an endless political competition that has never come to fruition but debated hotly once in a while. Afghan government put all its eggs in one basket to...

Fighting Extremism through Cultural Activities

December 29, 2016

As fragile security situation is dominating Afghan society, it is really important for Afghans to keep their spirits high and stand strong against such a situation. Their high spirits...

Justice System should Serve the Weakest

December 28, 2016

Different incidents in Afghanistan show that there are serious concerns regarding violence against women. Though there have been many discussions recently about the issue and...

Media and Access to Information

December 27, 2016

The role of media is paramount in today’s democratic world. Many intellectuals believe it to be the fourth pillar of the state along with executive, legislature and judiciary...

Cold Weather Adds Insult to Injury

December 26, 2016

With the approach of winter, the pain and sufferings of the individuals, who do not have a roof over their heads, increase and they seek shelter to survive the cold weather. The...

People Losing Confidence in the Government

December 25, 2016

The performance of a state or particularly a government can be gauged by the services, facilities and opportunities that it provides to its people. If it fails to provide the...

Afghan Youth can Change the Future

December 24, 2016

Though different sorts of problems have dominated the Afghan society, the performance, vigor and the spirits of Afghan youth have never disappointed. Among difficulties and...

57 Journalists Killed in 2016

December 22, 2016

The importance of media cannot be overlooked in today’s world. Without media, it is really impossible to think of timely information sharing. And, in addition to the chief...

Taliban must be Pressurized for Negotiations

December 21, 2016

There are serious concerns regarding the prospects of peace in Afghanistan. Insecurity is on the rise with many other social and political issues and there are no clear indications...

Corruption in Education must not be Tolerated

December 20, 2016

It is now a widely accepted fact that Afghanistan cannot survive without pursuit of modern education. A brighter and better future can only be guaranteed if Afghan children both...

The Dystopian World of Mankind

December 19, 2016

War and violence leave no room for hope and one will never heave a sigh of relief with the current crises. The tragic stories making the headlines in national and international media...

International Migrants Day

December 18, 2016

December 18 is celebrated as World Migrants Day around the world. The objective of the day is to highlight the issues that compel the people to opt for migration and then the problems...

Internal Differences within NUG

December 17, 2016

ince the formation of National Unity Government (NUG) in Afghanistan, there have been rifts and misunderstandings between the office of the President and that of the Chief...

Heightened Role of Women in Peace Process

December 15, 2016

Afghanistan can only play any considerable role in uplifting the position of women within the country, if women are allowed to participate in different spheres of life. They should have...

Support for the Least Advantaged

December 14, 2016

There are many parts of Afghanistan where the people are suffering from the dearth of rudimentary requirements of life. Because of decades of instability and improper attention to...

Superstitions are Misleading

December 13, 2016

Human beings possess different sorts of ideas, beliefs and feelings, which have their different sources. Not all the thoughts and beliefs are based on rationality and logic...

‘Stand up for Everyone’s Rights’

December 12, 2016

Stand up for Everyone’s Rights’ was the theme for this year’s Human Rights Day, which was celebrated on December 10, around the world. The Day called on everyone...

The Rampant Corruption in Afghanistan

December 10, 2016

Yesterday, December 09, was celebrated as the International Anti-Corruption Day around the world. The objective of the day is to highlight the evils that are related to corruption and...

Pessimism about the Role of Government

December 08, 2016

As the Afghan government has not been able to deliver much as far as major political and social problems in the country are concerned, people are becoming more pessimistic and they...