Afghanistan is the world’s largest opium poppy cultivator, and a significant portion of its GDP relies on the crop.
fghanistan is facing the collapse of essential services as food aid runs out, according to U.
s Afghanistan enters a new era with the Taliban’s takeover in August 2021, its potential political preferences in internal and international affairs have raised concerns.
n the midst of the sudden political changes in Afghanistan, the disastrous withdrawal of the U.
invasion of Afghanistan It is easy to forget considering Iran’s incessant rhetoric on being the spearhead of the so-called “Axis of Resistance”, but Tehran played a significant role in facilitating the invasions of both Afghanistan in 2001 and Iraq in 2003.
n urgent task is awaiting us: considering the progression of events, we must quickly liberate ourselves from the limits and confines placed on the Afghanistan discourse, which have been imposed by US-centered Western propaganda for over 20 years, and counting.
However, and despite numerous national laws forbidding mercenary activity in the militarily advanced Western world, mercenaries have continued to flourish and thrive in the battlefields and cities of Iraq and Afghanistan – the two countries who suffered the most from the American imperial footprint in the 21st century.
New Delhi is also acutely aware that a destabilized Afghanistan, or one controlled by the Taliban is totally fine with Islamabad, particularly because friendly relations between the Indian government and Kabul is the sum of Islamabad’s fears.
military mission in Afghanistan will end by August 31.
he United States is preparing to leave Afghanistan soon and "from the moment they leave, the only reliable country to maintain the process over there is obviously Turkey," stated President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan during the recent NATO summit in Brussels.
, has been persuading both sides to offer a compromise to speed up the reconciliation process and end the tragic war in Afghanistan.
uring the second half of the twentieth century, numerous transformational changes took place in the socio-economic structure of the Pashtun tribes living across the Durand Line between Afghanistan and Pakistan due to forced or labor-influenced migration, civil war, foreign invasions, and the effects of modernity.
ullah Fazal, a leader of the Taliban, and Abdul Rashid Dostum confronted a verbal clash when Mullah Fazal called Dostum a “traitor” and “killer” during the Moscow conference on Afghanistan last week.
The Afghanistan investigation could reach to the highest levels of Washington officialdom of the 2002-2003 era.
President Joe Biden declared Washington’s stand on Afghanistan, “my administration strongly supports the diplomatic process that’s underway, and to bring an end to this war that is closing out 20 years.
The latest conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and Syria exhibit new behavioral patterns, in which actors could cooperate, compete, or do both at the same time.
Frustrations surrounding migration The arguments surrounding migration escalated in 2021 over refugees from Afghanistan who left their country following the U.
First of all, when the Biden administration abruptly withdrew from Afghanistan, a decision which Washington could not explain to its Western allies and for which it was fiercely criticized, Biden couldn’t ignore Turkey's constructive stance during the withdrawal process.
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unhappiness with Pakistan's independent foreign policy, refusal to condemn Russia, allow drone strikes in Afghanistan, and an 'iron-clad' brotherhood with China.