As you might have heard, Afghanistan inaugurated a new president on Monday, September 29, 2014. Unexpectedly, the country also got Chief Executive Officer, or simply a junior Prime Minister - a position that didn't exist before. It was a long and ... Huffington Post, 1 month ago
Sarah Chayes US President Barack Obama called Kabul last Sunday to congratulate Afghan presidential contenders Ashraf Gani and Abdullah Abdullah for finally accepting a power-sharing deal to resolve a months-long dispute over who won in an election ...Frontier Post, 1 month ago New Afghan government: same old problems Korea Times, 2 months ago INTERNATIONAL - New Afghan government, same old problems The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago New Afghan government, same old problems Gulf News, 1 month ago
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Kabul has finally had a peaceful democratic transition of leadership, the first in four decades and, in the bargain, attained two: a president and first ever chief executive to share powers. More than seven million of an estimated eligible 12 ...Daily Times, 1 month ago
Afghanistan has suffered from numerous challenges as it has been grappling with incessant wars and poverty in past three decades. However, the country has come a long way to overcome those challenges and rebuild itself anew. This last ...Daily Outlook, 2 months ago
Not so sooth a ride this time around Nawaz Sharif's visit to New York in September 2013 was strikingly different from the ongoing one. With the initiation of a second season of democratic dispensation and Sharif enjoying majority in National ...Pakistan Today, 2 months ago
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