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It is high time for the Afghan government to develop a compelling national vision and strategy for a peaceful and prosperous future.
After the end of major international combat operations, a senior NATO official sees the need to preserve the gains Afghan women have made during the past decade.
The situation for ethnic Turkmen in northern Afghanistan's northwestern Baghdis Province is dire. They have already started to bury their dead.
A British author sees an urgent need for a political settlement in Afghanistan to prevent Islamist militants there from mutating into more dangerous extremist outfits.
Two impoverished Pakistani provinces are increasingly uneasy over the nearly $50 billion in Chinese investments being manipulated to serve the dominant eastern province of Punjab.
Tom Malinowski says Afghanistan must face its past before being able to move forward on building trust with the public and supporting human rights. More
Some of Pakistan's more affluent residents enjoy a lifestyle that is far removed from the conflict and instability often associated with the country by observers abroad.
Kabul has embarked on reshaping its historically tense relations with Islamabad, but Pakistan is still reluctant to earnestly help the Afghan peace process. More
The black flag of the Islamic State (IS) militant group has reportedly been raised in areas of northern Afghanistan, just south of the border with Central Asia, and Ashgabat, Tashkent, and Dushanbe have taken notice. More
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