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Editorial: Credibility question

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The unity government has initiated different steps to improve security situation and reform state institutions. Some of the efforts were productive. Unfortunately, most of the steps did not…

Editorial: Dying insurgency

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Since January tens of men in uniform were killed in the line of duty. This year was also bloody in terms of civilian casualties. Scores of civilians were…

Editorial: Russia in spotlight

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Around two months ago, the Russian officials have planned to host trilateral talks on Afghanistan. The invitation was extended only to China and Pakistan. It is very strange…

Editorial: Strength and strategies

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After formation of the unity government, most of women and girls hoped that their rights would be protected as the leaders assured them of neutralizing threats that barred…

Editorial: NDAA-2017

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To preserve the gains made in the past 15 years in Afghanistan, the United States President signed the annual defense budget, authorizing $3.4 billion for Afghan National Security…

Editorial: Blunt lie

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After formation of the National Unity Government in 2014, Islamabad promised Kabul that it would bring Afghan insurgents, enjoying safe havens and support in Pakistan, to the negotiating…

Editorial: Anti-Daesh militia

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Daesh has become cancer and there is no treatment for it, but only its elimination. Afghan people and government know this very well. Despite having meager resources and…

Editorial: Grinding poverty

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Over 50 percent of Afghanistan’s population is trapped by grinding poverty; though, joint survey of the World Bank, Ministry of Economy and Central Statistics Office say that more…

Editorial: High and dry

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India has always proved herself as a time-tested friend of Afghan people and government. India as a democratic country is doing all what is in her capacity to…

Editorial: Still long way to go

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Recently, Afghan security forces in an operation in Paktia province destroyed over 190,000kg hashish, 1,700kg of opium and 18kg of heroin. According to the provincial officials, the destroyed…