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Kabul Peace Process – Can it Deliver the Final Push?

‘Let us give peace another chance’ seems to have become an enduring motto of the spiraling battle to secure stability in Afghanistan. In yet,...

The Taliban and American scholar Barnett Rubin’s futile ‘dialogue’

In an open letter, that reads like a throw-up of words, the Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid directly addresses American author and former diplomat Barnett...

President Ashraf Ghani’s Kabul Process challenge

Afghanistan's Kabul Process Conference II was like an umbrella that brings together peace endeavors under its canopy to discuss and share ways to pave...

Targeting Systematic Corruption through Urban Planning and Administrative Reform: Minister Naderi’s Story

Not so long ago it was unimaginable to even to predict that while someone would mention the name of Ministry of Urban Development and...

Spain in crisis: Long live the Catalan Republic?

In a way, what happened yesterday at the Catalan Parliament was the second act of a drama that started during the session on the eve...

What next for Iraq after the failed Kurdish referendum?

The punditry world has never been as united as it is today: virtually everyone agrees that the independence referendum that was organised on 25 September in...

Peace in Afghanistan seems a distant dream for Afghans

 “Kabul-Islamabad can’t afford to live in hostility no matter if both have one thousand differences,” are the words uttered by a seasoned Afghan journalist,...

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