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Pak-Afghan after Kunduz

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Afrasiab Khattak After the extremely deep involvement of the Pakistani state in Afghan “Jihad” in 1980s (subsequently recognized to be the largest covert US anti communist operation) and…

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…