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Afghanistan from Negative Hydro-hegemonic role to positive hydro-hegemonic configuration in managing Shared Helmand River Basin

By NAJIBULLAH LOODIN The neighboring countries except China are highly dependent on water resources which originates in the high mountains of Afghanistan (Shroder & Ahmadzai, 2016). According to Thomas and Varzi (2015), ninety percent of the surface water flowing through Afghanistan is transboundary water. Four out of five major river …

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Two Daesh fighters surrendered to Afghan forces

AT News KABUL: The Ministry of Interior on Tuesday said that two Daesh affiliated fighters have surrendered to the Afghan security forces in eastern Kunar province. The ministry said these two fighters had been organizing subversive acts in Noor Gul district of the province. According to the reports, over 50 …

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Cooperation seen as vital for global health

China will do its utmost to strengthen cooperation with the World Health Organization and offer assistance to meet the urgent needs of countries severely hit by the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic, a senior official of the Foreign Ministry said recently. Given the trend of the epidemic’s global spread, China has, …

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How China chose to weaponize a setback

By: K. Abdullah Many nowadays appear to have lost their ways into the chaotic dynamics of the US-China relationship. Those focusing on the tariffs and the conflict points that are making up most of the stories today find themselves in a difficult situation in making sense of it all. They …

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Vocational Education and Training in Xinjiang

The State Council Information Office of  the People’s Republic of China August 2019 Contents Preface I. Urgent Needs for Education and Training II. Law-Based Education and Training III. Content of Education and Training IV. Protection of Trainees’ Basic Rights V. Remarkable Results in Education and Training VI. Experience in Countering Extremism Conclusion Preface Terrorism and extremism …

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