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Editorial: War in Afghanistan

There are some efforts to term the war in Afghanistan as an ethnic war- with describing the Taliban’s identity to a specific tribe. The foreign policy published an article, in which, the writer believes the Afghan war will lead to an ethnic conflict. The Afghans have gone through severe conflicts …

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Editorial: A legacy of failure

Clock is ticking on America’s pullout from Afghanistan, as a handful of NATO allies Germany, Czech Republic and Georgia have already withdrawn the last contingents of their troops from the war-ravaged country after two decades of fighting an insurgency that has just gained momentum by their departure – a war …

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Editorial: Crystal clear

Pakistan all the time was blamed for its strong ties and support to the Taliban, a group that signed a deal with the US last year, and also intensified fighting against the Afghan security forces across the country. Pakistan authorities have never admitted their support to the Taliban openly, but …

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Editorial: It is up to us

President Ghani and his entourage have capped their two-day visit to Washington with some defending the presidential trip as highly productive for the country’s future. Indeed when you see the concept, the United States would still offer security assistance, as well as diplomatic and humanitarian aid. This is what the …

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Editorial: Important of 650 U.S. forces’ remaining

The Associated Press reported from some American officials that the U.S. will keep some 600 troops to provide security for the diplomatic mission in Kabul. The remaining of this number of troops is a dynamic step amid uncertainty of war and peace that sparked fears and concerns among the Afghan …

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Editorial: Arming the nation, despite a 350,000-strong army

The government vows to fuel the residents in fighting against the Taliban as clashes proceeding across the country. The government seems desperate as the Taliban have recently captured several districts in North amid the withdrawal of international forces that arises tensions over an upcoming civil wars. The distribution of weapons …

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Editorial: Strategic Points should be protected

The Taliban group has purportedly taken control of a strategic point- Shirkhan Port- in north that connects Afghanistan to the Central Asian countries. The group is making rapid territorial gains since May 4, when the U.S. led allied forces began exit that also emboldened the insurgency in the country. The …

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Editotrial: Eventually, face-to-face meeting

Finally, President Ashraf Ghani and the Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah will travel to the US for their first meeting with President Joe Biden this week. It comes amid a surge in violence ahead of a planned full withdrawal of international troops. Afghan security …

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Editorial: Afghanistan’s COVID-19 Crisis

The coronavirus pandemic is spiraling out of control with daily new infections and deaths are on the rise. Only on Sunday 1,927 cases and 93 deaths were reported. Unfortunately, the hospitals are filling up and medical resources are quickly running out. It’s the most important time for the Afghan people …

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Editorial: Entangled in war

Patience is being stretched to the breaking point as millions live under the shadows of the war and devastation. Afghanistan has been in the sticky wicket of conflict and foreign military entanglements for decades now. But, 2021 has been the worse year so far as the ongoing peace talks and …

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