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From grassroots to national level action: religious actors, civil society and media standing against corruption

Remarks of Lailuma Nasiri, President, Afghanistan Justice Organization on “From grassroots to national level action: religious actors, civil society and media standing against corruption” Geneva Conference 2020 November 23rd, 2020

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The State of Corruption in Afghanistan and the Role of Independent Institutions

Remarks of Lailuma Nasiri, President, Afghanistan Justice Organization on

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Professor Hassan Kakar: A Man for All Seasons

The story of Professor Hassan Kakar started with my introduction to his son, Kawun Kakar, in 2009, which developed into a friendship.

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له فساد سره د مبارزې نړیواله ورځ او د ۲۰۱۸ کال د فساد د ملي ټولپوښتنې نشر

بدبختانه په افغانستان کې له فساد سره د مبارزې نه د مبارزې په اړه شعارونه ډیر دي او له همدې امله له فساد سره مبارزه یوازې په غونډو او په بیانیو ترسره کیږي.

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2018 UN OPEN DAY

I would like to thank the UNAMA and UN Women for hosting the 2018 OPEN DAY on Women, Peace and Security under the theme “Women’s Participation in Peace Processes”, a timely and very crucial theme to think and talk about.

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Women's Critical Role in Afghan Peace Process

The contemporary history of the South Asian region nearly always had a substantial component of conflict. Some examples include the India-Pakistan conflict over Kashmir that has been ongoing since 1947; the 1971 Bangladesh liberation war; civil war and rise of insurgency and conflict in Nepal; and the ethnic conflict and insurgency in Sri Lanka, among others.

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Implications Of The Durand Line Dispute On Disagreements Between Afghanistan And Pakistan

The objective of the present work is to provide an analysis of the status and implications of the Durand Line dispute between Afghanistan and Pakistan for the relations between the two countries, particularly in the post-2001 period

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AJO's Remarks at Colombo Event

I first would like to thank the Regional Center for Strategic Studies and the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict for organizing this event, for the invitation, and for allowing me to speak.

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ترهګري په افغانستان کې څنګه تمویل کیږي؟

په افغانستان کې بیلابیلې ترهګری او توندلاري ډلې شتون لري چې د دې ډلو په سر کې طالبان راځي. د راپورونو پر بنسټ، د تیر کال په لړ کې، طالبانو د افغانستان په اتو ولایتونو کې د ۴۰ زره جنګیالیو په مرسته بی شمیره بریدونه ترسره کړي وو چې یادو بریدونو یو میلیارد ډالر ارزښت درلود

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د ملګرو ملتونو خلاصه ورځ په افغانستان کې د ښځو ونډه په ټاکنو کې نومبر ۲۰۱۷

نن په دې غونډه کې په افغانستان کې د ښځو ونډه په ټاکنو کې څیړو- که هغه د رای ورکوونکو په توګه وي، یا نوماندانو، د ټاکنو د څارنکو، د ټاکنو د کمیسیون د کارکوونکو، د سیاسی ګوندونو د غړو، د سیاسی ګوندونو ملاتړو او یا د نوماندانو د کمپاینرانو په توګه

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‘The US in Afghanistan: A case of mistaken identity’

“The Taliban cannot work for a single day without our patronage, cooperation, and support; they are being protected here, equipped, and trained with the support and assistance from ISI and Military

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Afghans deserve transparent voting in parliament

It took the National Unity leaders more than three months to agree on a 25-member cabinet, three of whom are women.

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An elusive concept, but can Mullah Omar bring peace to Afghanistan?

Notwithstanding years of efforts by President Hamid Karzai and the relevant international actors, peace is still elusive.

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The Curious Case of US-Afghan Security Pact

The critics say it will further undermine the sovereignty of Afghanistan, while the votaries argue it is important for country

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India-Pakistan’s powerplay in Afghanistan a recipe for disaster

The situation in the region has turned more complicated with increasing Indian interference in Afghanistan

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Kill the crime, not criminals

To fight the menace of corruption, all the stakeholders must come together because the buck stops at all of us.

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Will President Ghani’s China visit open new chapter in Sino-Afghan relations?

China, which shares 76 kilometer long border with Afghanistan, has maintained a relatively ambiguous position on Afghanistan

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Why TTP, not Afghan Taliban pose threat to the region

Will Taliban terror proliferate eastward after the US drawdown in 2014? Strategists vigorously debate the proposition.

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United for a better and prosperous future of Afghanistan

​The strategic goals of the national unity government for the ‘transformation period’ between 2015 and 2024

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Why Kabul Bank is the biggest test for President Ghani

In a post-conflict country, where the democratic institutions are still evolving and rule of law is scandalously absent

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In Afghanistan: the culture of protest and violence or lack of competent legal system to redress grievances

The international efforts to rebuild the rule of law reform in Afghanistan as part of state-building have come a long way in the last 12 years.

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Restore Integrity to the Public Office

Sadly, Afghanistan this year again earned the dubious title of the top corrupt country in the world along side North Korea and Somalia

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