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AID COULD AND SHOULD PRODUCE BETTER RESULTS

A Look to Afghanistan Partnership Framework, 2020 Afghanistan Conference in Geneva By Wasil Ahmad Akhtar For the last two decades Afghanistan has been dependent on aid from other countries. The country needs considerable resources to overcome on issues facing in the last five decades. In past two decades, many conferences …

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Blazing the Way

Text by João Miguel Barcellos The third volume of Xi Jinping: The Governance of China has been published by the Foreign Languages Press in both Chinese and English and distributed to more than 70 countries and regions around the world.  By Li He/Xinhua Thanks to its reform and opening up …

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Narrative of Life and Death

By Basir Qazizada KABUL: The Afghan people are continuing to bear the brunt of ongoing deadly war in Afghanistan. The non-stop shackling violence is taking a huge toll on the Afghans, who are yearning for peace in the last four decades. The civilians are paying the price of the war. …

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Editorial: Corruption a great shame

Corruption has many forms and manifestation. With great wretchedness, corruption in Afghanistan is endemic and has infiltrated into all parts of the state, adversely affecting the ability of the Afghan government to maintain security and deliver basic public services. It also becomes public now, and increasingly embedded in social practices. …

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