UNGA 77th: Discourse on Afghanistan

Silence from Afghanistan at the UNGA session for the second consecutive year inspired leaders from a few other states to ensure the country was mentioned. Accorded a varied reception, the remarks reflect distinct national perceptions of, and interests in Afghanistan.
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The Question of Girls’ Education in Afghanistan

The Taliban regime's vagueness on the subject of reopening girls' high schools despite repeated promises reflects poorly on their image as an evolved group. The ongoing dilemma may very well be a watershed moment in their legitimacy and viability as rulers of post-war Afghanistan.
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UNGA 77, on Afghanistan

UNGA 77th: Discourse on Afghanistan

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Silence from Afghanistan at the UNGA session for the second consecutive year inspired leaders from a few other states to ensure the country was mentioned. Accorded a varied reception, the remarks reflect distinct national perceptions of, and interests in Afghanistan.
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In Modi's India, the religious extremists and ultra-nationalists are using the media as a tool of propaganda to justify their unjustifiable atrocities and violence against Muslims and other minorities in India.
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Will Russia Take the Lead in Recognising Afghan Interim Government?

Will Russia Take the Lead in Recognising Afghan Interim Government?

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  Russia inviting Afghanistan to the St Petersburg International Economic Forum coupled with the statement that came from Russia’s special envoy for Afghanistan are significant...

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