Professor William Maley says the Afghan "peace process" is flawed and needs to be reframed…
Afrasiab Khattak writes that Afghan and Pakistani advocates for peace and democracy should work together.
Said Sabir Ibrahimi writes that ambiguous rhetoric is creating a false narrative about the cause of increased violence in Afghanistan.
Nazir Kabiri writes that the government should identify national development priorities, backed by a comprehensive results framework.
Mohammad Yahya Qanie writes that a shortsighted deal with the Taliban could jeopardize the hard-won gains of the last decades.
Chris Nyamandi writes that the international community must deliver increased funding for education at the Geneva Conference.
Maisam Najafizada writes that a strategy is required to prioritize the populations who would need vaccines the most.
Shabnam Nasimi writes that there is a direct link between funds feeding corruption and the erosion of security.
Thomas Peet and Rabia Nasimi write that preserving a nation’s heritage is central to its cohesion and identity.
Ali M Latifi writes that the loss of Cinema Park is yet another blow to Afghanistan’s cultural history.
Sign up to receive the best of Tolo News daily