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Feature: The Misachievements of NUG

The misachievements of NUG

With the formation of National Unity Government (NUG), the citizens of the country were determined to experience changes within their social, economic and political lives. But over the course of nearly five years, it can be observed that neither their dreams came true, nor there were serious efforts by the …

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Feature: The Need for an Interim Government in Afghanistan

The Need of an Interim Government in Afghanistan

A recent study by the Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS) shows that the emergence of a transitional government, or an interim government, is the only political solution to the Afghan crisis. The research, conducted by Omar Sadr, has analyzed various plans for a political solution to end the Afghan …

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Feature: The Challenging Tasks of Election Commissioners

The Challenging Tasks of Election Commissioners

Since their inception, the election commissions in Afghanistan, like many other failed institutions, have caused a crisis in the country. Since 2004, we do not remember any election in the country that has been free of fraud and misconduct. This issue emerged in the last presidential election and turned into …

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Interim Govt Can be a Solution to Afghan Conflict: Study

Interim Govt Can Be A Solution To Afghan Conflict

KABUL – A new study conducted by the Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS) on a potential political settlement in Afghanistan suggests that the establishment of an interim government can be taken as a solution to the conflict in Afghanistan. The study titled “Political Settlement of the Afghanistan Conflict: Divergent …

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Ghani is Using His Authority for Election Campaign: Noor

Ghani using his authority for election campaign

MAZAR-E-SHARIF – Addressing a public-consultative gathering in northern Mazar-e-Sharif City, Atta Mohammad Noor, the chief executive of Jamiat-e Islami party accused President Ghani of using his power for election campaign. “Moscow meeting and the participation of politicians in it were not aimed at weakening the government but to preserve and …

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The Reasons Behind the Plan of Loya Jirga

Loya Jirga

Ashraf Ghani, the Afghan president, announced that he would call a ‘Loya Jiga’ by the end of the month, and he would consult with the nation about war and peace. Ashraf Ghani has mandated Umar Dawudzai, the head of the secretariat of the High Peace Council and Zia ul-Haq Amarkhail, …

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Feature: Is Ghani Executing a Pre-poll Rigging?

Is Ghani Executing a Pre-poll Rigging

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has started speedy appointments and dismissals in key positions of government departments in recent months. In different decrees of President Ghani last month, ten new people were introduced and appointed to key posts in civilian and military departments, including ministries, departments and local offices. These appointments …

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Turkmenistan, Afghanistan Discuss Regional Security Issues

Ghani meets Turkmenistan president

ASHQABAD – The Presidents of Turkmenistan, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani met on Wednesday. The two heads of states’ main issue on the agenda was ensuring lasting peace and stability in the region, Trend reported via Turkmenistan State News Agency. Gurbanguly also showed willingness regarding efforts aimed at …

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President Ghani Meets US CENTCOM Commander in Kabul

Ghani meets CENTCOM Commander Votel

KABUL – President Ashraf Ghani, as well as National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib, met with the US CENTCOM Commander General Joseph Votel in the Presidential Palace on Tuesday, Presidential Office said in a statement. According to the statement, the two sides discussed the peace process, funding, and strengthening of the …

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US Envoy Calls on Afghanistan to Unite as Peace Talks Intensify

khalilzad requests Afghans to Unite

KABUL – US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad has called on Afghans to put aside their differences and unite as attempts to end Afghanistan’s 17-year war gain momentum. Khalilzad has held a series of direct talks with Taliban negotiators in the Middle East in recent months, although those discussions have not …

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