Elliott Memmi and Samina Ansari write that Afghan women are far more than the perpetual victims the world too often imagines them to be.
Gheyasuddin Saadat writes that the Afghan government should look into improving the conditions for domestic producers.
Georgi Asatryan writes that at the present stage, Moscow is interested in stable, prosperous and predictable Afghanistan.
Zaman Sultani writes that Afghan women should be at the table during peace talks and at the peace Jirga.
Farshid Ghyasi writes that he sees the contract value a complete rip-off of the government’s treasury.
M. Ashraf Haidari writes that the SCO should lead a collective, region-wide campaign against terrorism.
Ali M Latifi says touring the country is not as easy as a 221-character post by Mr. Saleh.
Zaman Sultani writes that there is a clear and pressing desire for an end to the hostilities in Afghanistan.
Haidari writes that the moral obligation of helping Afghans build a strong state and a secure future appears to be a secondary…
Patricia Gossman writes that Geneva Conference will be a chance for Afghanistan’s donors to do more than check boxes
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