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By: Essa Khan – Essa Khan, senior Law student at the American University of Afghanistan It has been almost five years that the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) has entered into force. As a member of the World Trade Organization...

Still, Polio is endemic in  Afghanistan yet the news of attacks on the polio vaccinators are coming in from the war-torn state. Eight polio vaccination workers in four locations in northern Afghanistan were killed on February 24 during...

India has earmarked USD 26.7 million to Afghanistan, keeping a continuing focus on its people, without recognizing, like the rest of the world community, the Taliban regime. The sum allocated in India’s Annual Budget for the year April...

The worsening humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan has been a peril for the states in South Asia as well as Central Asia. Besides an exacerbating humanitarian crisis, Haqqani Network’s muscle-flexing, the tussle of ethnic groups and after...

China, the United States and Russia are the three most powerful countries in terms of both military might and economic power in the world. The United States as a de facto superpower is alarmingly concerned over China’s intentions...

By Khaama Press on Dec 14th, 2021

With the ongoing Afghan Taliban military offensive in Afghanistan against the backdrop of the planned full withdrawal of US-led NATO forces, the uneasy relationship between Afghanistan and Pakistan can explode if the Afghan state fails....

The ongoing imposed Afghan war and political uncertainty have been the most prolonged conflict of its kind, with devastating consequences for the Afghan people who lost family members over the past decades. People are exhausted from this...

A complete withdrawal of the U.S. and NATO combat forces from Afghanistan will coincide with Sep 11, marking the 20th anniversary of the twin tower attacks in the U.S., which resulted in the Taliban’s ouster in a US-led invasion of...

As the US is wrapping up its longest military engagement and the imminent inclusion of the Taliban in getting shape, the preservation of 20 years’ gains is turning to a hot and concerning topic of Afghanistan, the region and Afghanistan’s...

Favoritism is a critical factor adversely affecting the administrative system of Afghanistan for decades. It has dried up the roots of meritocracy and a talent-based approach while recruiting employees at different levels in government...

About 20 years ago four planes hijacked and crashed to targets on US soil. Two of them smashed the New York trade center, one targeted the pentagon, and one has been shot downed, and crashed in Pennsylvania before reaching to target allegedly...

Diversity is not a reason to put up walls, but rather to open windows. It is not a burden. It is a blessing.(His Highness the Aga Khan IV) Diversity is the beauty of human societies. Diversity is human differences, manifesting itself...

This academic research paper conducted by Mohammad Tahir Khan Nasiri, a P.h.D student of International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) has reviewed the Afghanistan constitution and the political compromise between the two political Afghan...

As I am writing this Op-Ed as a 28-year-old Afghan man, I am focused on the real issues affecting political reality both in Afghanistan and elsewhere as the time for military pull-out nears. I am based in Canada while writing this article...

Over the past four decades, Afghanistan has suffered from prolonged imposed war and internal conflicts, adversely affecting the country on different fronts. Displacement and mass migration to the neighboring countries and beyond, lack of...