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Taliban’s Atrocious Attacks are against all Principles

Taliban’s Atrocious Attacks are  against all Principles

February 01, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

Saturday’s attack in the heart of Kabul, which killed 103 and wounded 235 people, was a gross violation of human rights and humanitarian law. This attack reveals the ugly face ...

Successive Attacks Caused Public Anger

Successive Attacks Caused Public Anger

January 31, 2018 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

In spite of being supported by international partners,Afghanistan has been facing increasing security challenges unprecedented in last 17 years. From daily occurrence such as kidnapping...

Unbalanced Budgeting

Unbalanced Budgeting

January 31, 2018 | Mohammad Mahdi Shafaei

With the approval of members of the national assembly, the 377 billion Afghani budget for the next year has reached the implementation stage but there is a point in this budget ...

If there is Any Person to Suffer, it's Not Child

If there is Any Person to Suffer, it's Not Child

January 30, 2018 | Liu Jinsong

Last week, I was invited to attend the opening ceremony of the kindergarten of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan. I was glad attending this event, because I feel energetic...

What is Next after Fruitless Talks?

What is Next after Fruitless Talks?

January 28, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

With the intensification of attacks against the Taliban fighters, militancy has decreased. The Taliban seek to continue their deadly attacks in the wake of coming under heavy offensives of...

Social Justice in Afghanistan

Social Justice in Afghanistan

January 28, 2018 | By Maryam Hashemi

One of the issues that may no one argue on is that schooling has failed systematically to serve many students from diverse backgrounds in Afghanistan. That’s why social justice is...

Weak leadership and weak organizations

Weak leadership and weak organizations

January 27, 2018 | Sakhi Rezaie

The issue of Capacity is one of the key terms that from the Bon Agreement has been in the center of capacity building and institutional building in Afghanistan. Millions of USD has been spent to...

The ‘Untold Sorrow to Mankind’ Continues

The ‘Untold Sorrow to Mankind’ Continues

January 27, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

The protracted war and violence have generated horrible consequences in human societies. People endured the scourge of war for many decades, which resulted in heavy casualties and mammoth destruction...

Tackling Corruption in Afghanistan

Tackling Corruption in Afghanistan

January 25, 2018 | Sakhi Rezaie

Corruption is broadly defined as the abuse of entrusted authority—both public and private—for illegitimate gain. It is a barrier not only to economic growth and development, but also to political...

The Legitimacy of States

The Legitimacy of States

January 25, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

In democratic states, the legitimacy is based on law, which is approved by the public representatives. Democracy is the product of modern era and advocates the rights and liberty of all individuals...

The Questionable State of Health Facilities

The Questionable State of  Health Facilities

January 24, 2018 | Dilawar Sherzai

Health is one of the most important blessings for human beings. When healthy people can live their lives properly and can make efforts to achieve their objectives in lives. However, when people...

The Afghan Security Challenges

The Afghan Security Challenges

January 23, 2018 | Sakhi Rezaie

As the political history of Afghanistan shows, the dominant political system in our country has not been democracy. Due to various reasons and failures on the part of all stakeholders in the...

The Clash between Radicals and Liberals

The Clash between Radicals and Liberals

January 23, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

Deadly attacks against nations make the international headlines and people suffer severely in one way or another. Their fundamental rights – i.e. their rights to life, liberty and property...

Challenges of Democracy in Afghanistan

Challenges of Democracy in Afghanistan

January 22, 2018 |

Openness is one of the main characteristics of democracy. Democracy opens the political process to all actors including those who oppose it. This characteristic is both the strength and weakness of...

Quality of Life Depends on Quality of Food

Quality of Life Depends on Quality of Food

January 22, 2018 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

Scientific studies have confirmed that there is close relationship between sound life and sound food system. Poor quality food can have negative effect on our brain,personality, health and eventually...

Formulating Development Policies Responsive to the Needs of all groups

Formulating Development Policies  Responsive to the Needs of all groups

January 21, 2018 | Sakhi Rezaie

Responsiveness and accountability is focused on to the centrality of the social contract between the state and citizens. That is: States require responding to the real needs of the people and...

Widespread Violation of Human Rights

Widespread Violation of  Human Rights

January 21, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

The human rights discourse seeks to support the rights and dignit of people regardless of their racial and religious backgrounds. Supporting mankind is the main objective of the human rights and...

Welfare of the People is the State Responsibility

Welfare of the People is the State  Responsibility

January 20, 2018 | Dilawar Sherzai

In the present times, mostly among the developed nations, there is a greater emphasis on the positive role of the state, because it is now clearly realized that the influence of the state...

Will Issuing Fatwa against Terrorists Mitigate Militancy?

Will Issuing Fatwa against Terrorists Mitigate Militancy?

January 20, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

The Taliban militants have exercised their dogmatic beliefs, which have been against religious principles and moral values. The harsh practices of the Taliban for more than two decades in Afghanistan...

Will Taliban’s Preparation for Talks Lead to Peace?

Will Taliban’s Preparation for Talks Lead to Peace?

January 18, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

The peace deadlock is likely to be broken with the Taliban’s presence around negotiating table. Kabul government has constantly called warring parties, including the Taliban, to hold talks...

Power of Personal Development

Power of Personal Development

January 18, 2018 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

Research shows that 95% of what we do or say in our daily lives is determined by our habits; that’s why, it is very important to learn about success-creating habits and personality traits...

Let’s Try To Build One Nation

Let’s Try To Build One Nation

January 17, 2018 | Asif Ghaznawi

Parliament of Afghanistan for the first time approved Electronic identity card four years ago in May 2013; but the then president Mr. Hamid Karzai refrained to sign it. The card contained particulars...

Crisis Leadership

Crisis Leadership

January 17, 2018 | Mohammad Sakhi Rezaie

Afghanistan is experiencing one of its most critical periods; insecurity, economic, social injustice and corruption are among the top social issues that challenge the government leadership and...

Only Strong Afghan Air Force Can Guarantee Winning the War on Terror

Only Strong Afghan Air Force Can Guarantee Winning the War on Terror

January 16, 2018 | Sayed Niyam Alami

Although the US and alliance forces have been working to develop the Afghan Air Force (AAF) for more than a decade now, the AAF has still not been enabled to reach a stage whereby it could take...

Hoping for a Peaceful Year

Hoping for a Peaceful Year

January 16, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

Afghanistan was ranked the second worst country in terms of terrorism in the world due to the Taliban’s intensified attacks. The last two years have been highly deadly for Afghan soldiers...

The Name of the New Chinese Ambassador Means Pine Tree: He Will Help Afghanistan Export More Pine Nuts to China

The Name of the New Chinese Ambassador Means Pine Tree: He Will Help Afghanistan Export More Pine Nuts to China

January 15, 2018 | Liu Jinsong

On January 14th, H.E Mr Liu Jinsong, the new Chinese Ambassador to Afghanistan, accepted our written interview. Ambassador Liu said he comes from Chinese Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, where...

Moral Vacuum in Social Life

Moral Vacuum in Social Life

January 14, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

Moral values have been eroded in collective life due to the changing of consuming patterns in the society. People are deeply involved in their self-interests at the stake of moral standards...

Unsustainable Coalitions Results Waste of Opportunities

Unsustainable Coalitions Results Waste of Opportunities

January 14, 2018 | Syed Asif Husseini

A political coalition is a kind of collective action of citizens in response to the ongoing political situation ruling the society. Political activity in a broader level, without an extensive...

Combating Terrorism through Thorough Legislation

Combating Terrorism through Thorough Legislation

January 13, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

Afghans paid high casualties in the wake of militancy within the last decade and half but bore the brunt of insurgency last year. With Mullah Haibatullah at the helm, the Taliban guerilla...

Why our public sector organizations need Business Process Re-engineering?

Why our public sector organizations need Business Process Re-engineering?

January 13, 2018 | Sakhi Rezaie

Ambiguity in purpose, complicated operation, low efficiency, low results and low profit are the main organizational issues that Afghan public sector organization faces in the country...

The Endless Sufferings of Human Family

The Endless Sufferings of Human Family

January 11, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

One’s right to life, which is a fundamental right, has been violated widely mainly as a result of war and violence. People suffer severely across the world. Militant fighters show no respect to...

Glance at Challenges of Higher Educational System

 Glance at Challenges of Higher Educational System

January 11, 2018 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

Without doubt universities play significant roles in development but we have not seen any considerable academic production in Afghan Universities Since its establishment, nearly nine decades ago...

Has Public Attitude Changed Toward Women?

Has Public Attitude Changed Toward Women?

January 09, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

Despite the establishment of democratic system in the post-Taliban Afghanistan, Afghan women are not able to exercise their rights and freedom. There are many obstacles before women...

Dose of Solution to Challenges of Educational System

Dose of Solution to Challenges of Educational System

January 08, 2018 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari

Though education is one of the most fundamental factors in socio-economic development but the condition of educational system in Afghanistan is getting more critical as day passes...

Democracy – An Afghans’ Dream Never Come True

Democracy – An Afghans’ Dream Never Come True

January 07, 2018 | Hujjatullah Zia

Following the downfall of the Taliban’s regime, Afghans dreamt of a democratic society where they could exercise their rights and liberty. It was believed that Taliban’s fall marked the...