Aditya Raj writes that the Indian government should have considered the risks this unilateral move has brought into Afghanistan.
Ajmal Shams writes that postponing the election would have an adverse impact on the political stability of the country.
Madhuvanthi Srinivasan writes that India’s role in the US-Taliban talks has been minimal.
Zaman Sultani writes that the Afghan government should address all cases of violence against journalists.
Ajmal Shams writes that Afghan-US relations will enter a new era after peace returns to Afghanistan.
Oğuzhan Ertuğrul writes that Turkish-Afghan solidarity has yielded new investments in Afghan education system.
Mariam Amini writes that there should be severe consequences for those who commit sexual abuse.
Afrasiab Khattak writes that the idealistic vision of BRI must address the realities of the modern world.
Patricia Gossman writes that those participating in the intra-Afghan talks should include the reformers—many of them women.
M. Ashraf Haidari writes that free press has played a crucial role in Afghanistan.
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