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The young Afghan asylum seekers’ life in Europe: In the beginning, they were so welcomed, as the Prime Minister said in a speech in September 2015. After a year the same person made laws that opened the doors for deportation, and...

Is Conscience of the Civilized World Asleep? [Phot: Sporcle Blog] Two decades ago – when the fire and smoke from the terrorist attacks in New York had not subsided – the Taliban, as supporters of the terrorists involved in event, angered...

By Khaama Press on Oct 12th, 2020

Young and elderly Afghans pose for a photo [Photo: TRT World] History pages of no other country are filled with so much the narration of unabated bloodshed, horrific dynastic feuds, plundering, internecine conflicts and gruesome military...

By Samiullah Doorandesh on Oct 12th, 2020

I, the ISN 3148, am sitting in Guantánamo, as I hear about the Afghan government’s promise to release a hundred more prisoners. The news report said they would be released very soon, over the next few days. The idea is that releasing...

The recent agreement between Kosovo and Serbia reflects a new chapter in diplomacy, allowing Kosovo and Serbia to focus on economic development, job creation and industrial development as prerequisites to the permanent resolution of political...

A prerequisite for any economic, social, cultural and political development is a sense of security – especially the security of a woman. Awareness of such sense among inhabitants of a society has an effective role in recognizing the challenges...

By Nasima Bari on Aug 28th, 2020

By: Tahera Azizi Peace is a philosophy of cooperation and harmony within society in the absence of animosity and aggression. In a social context, peace is widely used to mean a lack of conflict between individuals or groups (such as...

By Khaama Press on Aug 28th, 2020

Combating corruption has long been a prerequisite for international grants and the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has made innumerable commitments to eroding corruption. In 2018 Geneva Conference on Afghanistan, focused...

By Ahmad Jahid Atal on Aug 27th, 2020

When it comes to the peace process, young Afghans are frequently seen as less experienced, less educated, somehow emotional, and trouble-makers. This is both unfair and dangerous. The Afghan youth can play a positive role in the country’s...

After decades of war and violence, the Taliban regime in Afghanistan fell apart following the military intervention of the NATO and American forces in 2001 in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. The international community supported the...

Afghanistan is one of the poorest countries in the world and its poor economy continues to pose immense challenges to its population. Among the citizens, young lives especially children struggle to live happily and to meet daily needs....

After two decades of war against terrorism and the Taliban, the United States of America and its allies have signed a landmark deal with the Taliban in order to diminish the Taliban’s antagonism against civilian and anti-US atrocities...

Comparing the Russian and the American wars in Afghanistan, the earlier in the 1980s and the later in post-2001 till to date, both experienced a testament to the inherent weaknesses towards a guerrilla fighting, and moreover the minimal...

Rebuilding trust among employees is one of the most needed tasks in an organization. There still a prime number of people who do not know how to build or rebuild the broken trust in their workplaces. Mostly, this is due to a lack of awareness...

Afghanistan; amid the rampant increase in the COVID-19 cases, faces off its all-weather foe, corruption. the 2018 Transparency International corruption index ranked Afghanistan the 3rd most corrupt country in the world. The shaky system,...