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  • Terror and war crimes: What West left for Afghanistan0

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    • September 21, 2021

    The Daily Sabah BY ELINA ALIMOVA ISTANBUL ASIA PACIFIC SEP 17, 2021 A man weeps during a mass funeral for a members of a family was killed in a U.S. drone airstrike, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Aug. 30, 2021. (Getty Images) While the Western powers loudly proclaim that the “war on terror” against organizations and regimes they

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  • AIRLIFT TO SAFETY: ‘I Am Hopeful, and I Am Heartbroken’0

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    • September 6, 2021

    By Karin Fischer SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 https://www.chronicle.com/article/i-am-hopeful-and-i-am-heartbroken?cid2=gen_login_refresh&cid=gen_sign_in COURTESY OF AUW Students from the Asian University for Women fly from Kabul to a base in Saudi Arabia aboard a U.S. military plane. Bullets had pierced one of the buses carrying 148 students and alumnae from the Asian University for Women who were trying to leave Afghanistan. As

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  • Twenty Years of the Afghanistan Occupation Ends: A New Phase of Struggle Begins0

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    • September 4, 2021

    by Michael Skinner — 04/09/2021 In 2007, I travelled throughout Afghanistan with an Afghan-Canadian research partner,(1) and we asked more than one hundred Afghans: What do you think about the international intervention in Afghanistan? It was as evident then as it has been proven now that a critical mass of Afghans perceived the invasion and occupation of

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  • Devise a new water governance plan to deal with the future of the Indus basin0

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    • September 4, 2021

    The Hindustan Times Recently, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Water Resources recommended that the government should renegotiate the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT), signed in 1960, with Pakistan, in view of pressing challenges such as “climate change, global warming and environmental impact assessment” By Uttam Kumar Sinha AUG 25, 2021 Recently, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on

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  • JOURNALISTS COVERING BANGLADESH FACE CRIMINALISATION, VILIFICATION AND FALSE COPYRIGHT CLAIMS0

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    • September 1, 2021

    https://monitor.civicus.org/ Journalist Tanvir Hasan Tanu detained for reporting on corruption allegations (Photo Credit: RisingBD.com) The state of civic space in Bangladesh remains ‘repressed’ based on research conducted by the CIVICUS Monitor, which tracks fundamental freedoms globally. In recent months, there have been reports of journalists being arrested under the draconian Digital Security Act for their reporting or

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  • The Ides of August0

      By Sarah Chayes August 15, 2021 I’ve been silent for a while. I’ve been silent about Afghanistan for longer. But too many things are going unsaid. I won’t try to evoke the emotions, somehow both swirling and yet leaden: the grief, the anger, the sense of futility. Instead, as so often before, I will

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  • “Peeling The American Onion; It Ain’t Over ‘Til The Last Burger King  Leaves Kandahar0

      By Michael Moore “👇👇👇 30 August 2021 Most won’t say it, so I will:   America has thankfully lost another war. Let’s make this the last. This is nothing here to celebrate. This should only be a monumental gut-check moment of serious reflection and a desire to seek redemption for ourselves. We don’t need

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