Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

The Rights of Refugees Must be Protected

June 20, 2018

Today, i.e. June 20 is celebrated as the World Refugee Day around the world. The Day was adopted in December 2000, when United Nations (UN) General Assembly passed resolution ...

Art Promotes Colors and Sounds of Peace

June 19, 2018

There are different aspects of life and existence. Human beings need to satisfy all those aspects of life to live a stable life. These are not only linked to physical reality ...

Extending the Ceasefire with the Taliban: Trying effortlessly to change Illusion to Reality

June 18, 2018

Afghan President extended the ceasefire with the Taliban without giving a time frame to it. He did so, while some bombings had been carried out by the insurgents in the ...

Root Causes of Conflict in Afghanistan

June 14, 2018

According to the recent studies eight out of 10 of the world’s poorest countries are suffering, or have recently suffered, from large scale violent conflict...

Who Wins and Loses From Eid Ceasefire Deal?

June 13, 2018

An unconditional cease-fire with the Taliban was announced by the Ashraf Ghan, the Afghan President, Thursday, July 7 last week and in a surprise move the Taliban ...

‘Ending All Forms of Child Labor’

June 12, 2018

June 12 is going to be observed as the International Day against Child Labor in different countries around the world. The day was basically launched by International ...

China Hosts SCO Summit to Contribute to Regional Security and Trade

June 11, 2018

The 18th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit has been attended by world leaders on Saturday in Chinese Qingdao City, Shandong province. The two-day summit ...

Eid Ceasefire: an Opportunity for Diplomacy

June 10, 2018

The Afghan Taliban surprised the world with their three-day ceasefire over the Eid holiday in the middle of June. This announcement came after a ceasefire announced ...

Can the Ceasefire with Taliban succeed?

June 09, 2018

Afghan government has taken many initiatives to provide an opportunity to the Taliban insurgents to join to the peace negotiation table and stop the war in Afghanistan...

SCO Member States Media: The Pioneers of Shaping a New Shared Vision for Future

June 06, 2018

The first SCO media summit was held in Beijing on June 1, 2018 in Beijing. As the summit main theme was carrying on the “Shanghai Spirit” it called urgently the ...

“Innocent Children Victims of Aggression”

June 04, 2018

Today, i.e. June 4 is celebrated as International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression. The purpose of the day is to highlight the sufferings of the children throughout ...

Xi’s ‘shared future’: The Light of Hope in the Darkest Moment

June 03, 2018

There is no doubt the world is facing different challenges in our date. Some of these challenges are such critical and threatening that put at risk all the world. . .

Violence against Women: A Culture to Be Abolished

June 02, 2018

Afghanistan is a country well known for its rich history, culture, literature and arts, hospitable people as well as its magnificent and unique landscape. On the other hand...

Democracy Ensures Minority Rights

May 31, 2018

Democracy government system requires holding free and fair elections, establishing functioning political parties, entrenching and independent judiciary...

Afghan Women Remain Distant from Justice

May 30, 2018

Women in Afghanistan are kept distant from their basic rights and from access to justice. As per a recent report, Injustice and Impunity: Mediation of Criminal Offences of ...

Political Disappointment: Causes and Consequences

May 29, 2018

Political disappointment is one of the features that the citizens relate to government. As the Afghan government is in the process of conducting the elections of Wolsi Jirga ...

Good Governance: Prosperous Nation

May 27, 2018

Being a true leader means putting people first; In other words a true leader considers the people supreme and ensuring the rights of the people is his ultimate goal...

Political Rivalries Will Jeopardize Regional Stability

May 26, 2018

The tension between Iran on the one side and Israel and the US on the other side will pose serious threat to regional stability. The Tehran-Washington emerging cold war following ...

It is the Governed Who Shapes the States

May 24, 2018

In every state, there are two visible groups: the government and the subjects or the governed.
Much of the discussions pertaining to...

Afghanistan Water Resources: The cause of Conflicts with Neighboring Countries

May 23, 2018

Water is a liquid nearly all beings need it. Indeed, it gives life to us but it can change to a means of death as well. As the number of world population increases, the amount...

We Need to Manage Diversity

May 22, 2018

Living within diversity requires that the inhabitants develop respect and broadmindedness for one another. Without these factors, it might be terribly troublesome ...

Illiteracy is more Perilous than Terrorism for Afghanistan

May 21, 2018

I am living in a society of which educational infrastructures have been repeatedly damaged during four decades of conflicts and civil wars; likewise, whose people need ...

Human Rights Violations Continue

May 20, 2018

The scourge of war and violence still inflict heavy casualties and indescribable sufferings upon nations. Political rivalries and regional tension, which generate violence and . . .

Extremism Will Lead to Terrorism

May 19, 2018

It is really difficult to ignore the severity of the disaster introduced by extremism and terrorism in today’s world. In fact, extremism and terrorism are...

National Identity: Ethnicity and Ethnocentrism as the Main Barriers

May 15, 2018

Identity is the state of having unique identifying characteristics that no other person or thing holds it. Identity is the individual characteristic which a person ...

The Upcoming Elections, Responsibilities of IEC and Government

May 14, 2018

In democratic societies, elections are the basis for establishment of a representative and legitimized governments. Afghanistan has been grinding in war for the last more ...

Guarding the Rights of Women

May 13, 2018

Social and political circumstances have to change within a society, since such changes are inevitable and are bound to occur. And those who are really interested to achieve ...

Warring Parties Seek to Impede Democratization

May 12, 2018

The insurgent fighters have intensified their attacks to hamper democratic process in Afghanistan. The unmitigated insurgency slowed down registration process ...

Poverty Climbs to Threatening 54% in Afghanistan

May 10, 2018

It is not only insecurity that is threatening Afghanistan. There are many other major issues that remain neglected, and among them poverty is the most prominent one...

Afghan Youth Unemployment: A challenge to Address Urgently

May 09, 2018

Generally youths are defined as persons between ages 18 to 35 years. In the Afghan Constitution, any person who reaches the age of 18 is legally considered as an adult ...

Women: Victims of Electoral Violence

May 08, 2018

Violence is one of the major obstacles to growth and development. It is self-evident, that violence against women particularly hinders progress in achieving development...

Pursuing True Democracy

May 07, 2018

one of the basic issues in Afghanistan is that there has not been any transition of the society, at the grass root level, towards a true democracy. Though we . . .

Youth Participation in Electoral Process: A Determinant Variable

May 06, 2018

Young people between the ages of 15 and 35 constitute about 60 percent of Afghanistan’s population. But, the influence of Afghan youth on national politics remains ...

“Media, Justice and the Rule of Law”

May 05, 2018

World Press Freedom Day was celebrated internationally on 3rd May with the intention to highlight the importance of free press in democratic societies and to ...

Political Corruption: As the Main Cause of Weak Social Trust in Afghanistan

May 03, 2018

Political corruption is a social phenomenon that destroys the fabrics of the Socio-political system in a given society. In other words, it is the use of power . . .