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Historical appraisal of youth and its role in peace-building

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By Asad Daudzai and Nasir Yousafzai-Youth is no doubt the precious asset of any society which today constitute the major part of total world population in general and…

India and Afghanistan: A Growing Partnership

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Historically close, ties today are being driven forward by many shared interests. By M. Ashraf Haidari: India remains an integral part of Afghanistan’s steady progress in institutionalizing peace, pluralism, and…

An extended ‘state of denial’

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By Abdul Saboor Sarir: On July 31, 2015, the Taliban announced on their website the death of their one-eyed, reclusive leader Mullah Omar. His actual death preceded the announcement…

NUG fails to meet public expectations

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Viewpoint By Farhad Naibkhel-General public, who were expecting some relief after formation of the National Unity Government (NUG), seems disappointed and are of the view that the government…

Afghan peace process: Now or never

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By Sujeet Sarkar-Afghanistan is headed towards its bloodiest summer, after the fall of Taliban, post 9/11. There has been unprecedented surge in Taliban strike, posing a serious threat…

Military operation launched to retake Yamgan district

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AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: Security forces on Sunday launched a military operation Yamgan district of northeastern Badakhshan province to retake the area from the Taliban militants. The Taliban fighters…

78 terror attacks repulsed: MoI

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AT-KABUL: Ministry of Interior (MoI) said that this year the Taliban insurgents tried their best to destabilize the country while launching multiple terror attacks, but the attacks were…

A silent revival of democracy in Khost

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By Khan Wali Khan Basharmal: Historically different cultures have laid the foundations of civilization in different periods in different areas. The concept of the city-state and then the modern…

NDS-ISI deal: A poisoned honey or an elixir

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Analysis: By Rafiq Umaryar A recently signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the National Directorate of Security (NDS) and Pakistan’s notorious spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has become…

Afghan government is sleeping with the enemy

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Kabul’s naive overture towards Islamabad works against Afghanistan’s national interests. The inking of an intelligence cooperation accord between Afghanistan and Pakistan has raised growing voices of concern at…