If Pakistan Does Not Stop Supporting Radical and Extremist Groups

Pakistan's relationship with Afghanistan had many ups and downs since its establishment in August 1947. Despite religious, ethnic, economic, and cultural ties between Afghanistan and Pakistan running deep and wide, the two countries have frequently been at odds with one another and it was due to Afghanistan voted against Pakistan's mem...

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Poverty Puts Afghanistan’s children at High Risk of Hunger

Following the collapse of Afghanistan's Republic government in August 2021, the country's economy collapsed unexpectedly. According to data provided by the United Nations, the population living in poverty has surged to 34 million individuals. Among the most vulnerable groups are women and children. Through interactions with numerous...

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Afghanistan and The Fallacy of Benevolent Dictatorship

23 Jul 2023

Shahir Sirat

Tobias Ellwood, a conservative member of the British Parliament and the Chair of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee, on a recent trip to Afghanistan, reported – on July 17, 2023 – that...

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Iran Deported 14,000 Afghan Refugees

Reports from Iranian media indicate that in the past nine days, a staggering number of 13,879 Afghan refugees have been deported from the Dogharon border. The Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) stated in a report on Monday, June 19 that Majid Shuja, the Khorasan Razavi border guard commander, disclosed the return of over 13,000 Afghan...

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Deadly blast at Taliban Deputy Governor’s funeral

Following the attack on the Taliban’s deputy governor of Badakhshan targeted in a car bomb two days earlier, today, his funeral was also targeted in Faizabad city, by a suicide bombing leaving 15 individuals dead and 40 injured. There are also unconfirmed reports of the death of the Taliban's economy minister Deen Mohammad Hanif in thi...

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Key anti-Taliban figures gather in Vienna for strategic meeting

Vienna witnessed the second summit of political figures united against the Taliban on Monday, April 24, highlighting their ongoing commitment to continuing resistance against the Taliban. The Austrian Institute of International Affairs hosted and organized the meeting. The main agenda of the meeting revolved around achieving harmoni...

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