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Afghanistan

Sometimes it just needs a push to see bona fide and talent to someone which is behind imagination. Nothing is preeminent in this world, even the humans. One day everyone has to go.

 

It is legal right of the political parties and figures to create alliance amid at betterment of society, and also to push their agendas temporarily or permanently.

 

In the past 16 years, the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces have developed into a collection of professional institutions that are committed to their mission and highly respected.

 

Children needed to be immunized against the virus to protect and ensure that they remained healthy

 

Afghanistan is forging a new relationship with Central Asian countries. A relation based on mutual equality and interests. A new face of the war-hit country is emerging slowly, but steadily.

 

Surely, land grabbing is a lucrative, but black business. In the past 16 years, land grabbing has become a permanent feature of Afghanistan’s landscape, at same stage driver of conflict.

 

Reform means to bring change in something, especially in institution or practice in a bid to improve it—somewhat Afghanistan is really needed for the sake of peace and stability.

 

Hassan Rouhani, the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran recently criticized of the creation of water dams on the Afghan rivers, saying that Tehran would not remain silent in this regard.

 

It’s as we suspected. The unquiet American has been manoeuvring uncharacteristically quietly behind-the-scenes to secure Pakistan as the US get-out-of-jail card in case his intended troop surge to Afghanistan goes belly up.

 

Encouraging and putting weight behind the National Unity Government (NUG) to become heavy over all sort of obstacles including domestic and foreign challenges is the best hope for the Afghan masses to be optimistic about their stable future.

 


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