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Editorial: Peace, All Time Priority

Indeed, it’s a good move that the Biden administration has decided to review the Trump dispensation’s peace deal with the Taliban. This comes to check whether the Taliban are honest in the meaningful talks and are also ready to cut ties with other groups, including the al-Qaeda terrorist network. It …

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Editorial: Stick to Talks

War in Afghanistan which is one of the deadliest current conflicts in the world, seems to have entered its most crucial phase as the newly inaugurated U.S. administration led by President Joe Biden is going to take robust and regional diplomatic effort to help the two sides (Afghan and Taliban) …

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Editorial: Growing Disorders

The ongoing deadly war has weakened even shattered the backbone of Afghanistan, where now its people are scrambling with plenty of challenges. For years, the Afghan masses have been caught in one of the worst humanitarian crises as well. The new figures reveal that just over 18 million people in …

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Editorial: Press Freedom at Risk

Without doubt, media outlets in Afghanistan have flourished after the collapse of the Taliban regime nearly 20 years ago. There are hundreds of media in Kabul and in provinces, plus thousands of social media users who often focus on the current situation of the country. At the outset, media workers …

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Editorial: Lowest Level Since 2001

The US has reduced the number of its troops in Afghanistan to 2,500. This is as part of outgoing U.S. President, Donald Trump’s plan as to what he describes, “Ending the endless war”. The plan has been functionalized despite a congressional prohibition of the move and rising levels of violence …

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Editorial: Good news on cultural activities

The government has recently decided to be serious in maintaining and reconstructing some historical sites and monuments which is good news since the rich culture of Afghanistan had been almost ignored due to war pressures and other problems the government and people of Afghanistan are confronting. The ministry of information …

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Editorial: Deliberate Confusion

What we know so far about the national interests – there is no clear speciation and explanation on it as of today. It seems all the high-profile authorities are somehow talking about observation of the national interest, while attacking others for ignoring this noble cause as just over its narrow …

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