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Migration in Afghanistan

Migration in Afghanistan: 1. Introduction Afghanistan is home to the largest refugee crises experienced since the inception of the UNHCR. Decades of war have led millions to flee their homes and seek refuge in the neighboring countries of Pakistan and Iran, and for those who were able, further abroad. The number of refugees spiked in […]

Pages: 41 Words: 12175 Topics: Afghanistan, Human Migration, Refugee

Durand Line

DURAND LINE AND PAKHTOON DIVIDE AS THE CAUSE OF INSTABILITY IN AFGAN PAK REGION CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Durand Line[i], the notorious frontier between Afghanistan and Pakistan. Some people blame this frontier for all of Afghanistan’s current problems. And there are those who go so far as to blame it for the problems in Pakistan. Indeed, […]

Pages: 51 Words: 15228 Topics: Afghanistan, Government, International Relations, Pakistan, War On Terror
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Cross Border Terrorism

Cross Border Terrorism Sponsored by Pak Army and Suggested Indian response CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION “Terrorism is the price of empire. If you do not wish to pay the price, you must give up the empire.” PAT BUCHANAN, Where the Right Went Wrong 1. Six decades after its independence Pakistan continues to search for a durable […]

Pages: 44 Words: 13203 Topics: Afghanistan, Government, International Security, Military, National Security, Pakistan, Terrorism

Afghanistan and Pakistan

Chapter-1 PAK – AFGHAN RELATIONS: POST -9/11ERA INTRODUCTION Pakistan and Afghanistan are neighbors with interlinked destiny that not only share geographic contiguity, but also have lot of other commonalities like; faith, history & heritage, ethnic groupings, socio-cultural values, mutual economic interests and geo-strategic dependence etc. Pakistan’s seaports for land locked Afghanistan and Afghanistan’s location at […]

Pages: 60 Words: 17903 Topics: Afghanistan, Government, International Relations, Pakistan, Research

FATA and NWFP Taliban India Security

CHAPTER – I INTRODUCTION “A host of wandering Talib-ul-ilums, who correspond with the theological students in Turkey and live free at the expense of the people…….” – Winston Churchill, 1898[1] 1. The present ongoing conflict in Pakistan’s tribal belt and in Afghanistan has serious security implications for India. The Mehsuds, Wazirs and Afridis were the […]

Pages: 52 Words: 15718 Topics: Afghanistan, Islam, Pakistan, Terrorism

The Illegality of the War on Afghanistan International Law Essay

“We the peoples of the United Nations determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war…” The war against Afghanistan is illegal. The US, assisted by Canada and Britain is bombing Afghanistan and will perhaps use additional force with ground troops for the stated purpose of capturing or killing Osama bin Laden and others […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1223 Topics: Afghanistan, Ethical Principles, Foreign Policy, Global Politics, International Security, Nato, United Nations

Kandahar – the Movie

Kandahar Journey into the heart of Afghanistan A film by Mohsen Makhmablbaf Kandahar is a story of a young woman’s odyssey into Afghanistan to find her sister who has become so depressed with life under the Taliban that she is contemplating suicide on the same night of the last eclipse of the 20th Century. The […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1767 Topics: Afghanistan, Islam

A Thousand Splendid Suns: Essays

Essay One As an avid reader I enjoy different types of books. A Thousand Splendid Suns written by Khaled Hosseini is one of my favorite books because of its accurate depiction of Afghanistan after the defeat of the Soviet invasion. Unlike the Hosseini story of The Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns focuses on the […]

Pages: 2 Words: 664 Topics: Afghanistan

A Role of Women in Society

Every day I was abused by my husband and his family. Mentally and physically; Then one day it became unbearable, so I ran away.” In 2010 a young Afghan woman had her nose and ears cut off. Aesha Mohammadzai first appeared on the cover of time magazine in 2010 and shared her story on how […]

Pages: 3 Words: 768 Topics: Afghanistan, Critical Theory, Gender Equality, Gender, Social Issues, Soviet Union, Women's Rights

Main Ideas of the Kite Runner Novel

The novel begins with a flashback in order layout for the reader about Amirr’s life before he had moved to San Francisco. Amirr’s flashback allows the reader to understand that in the winter of 1975, everything had changed and shaped him into who he is today. It states how he has been trying to avoid […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1713 Topics: Afghanistan, The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner: an Afghanistan Story

This story begins with a flash back. Since the starting, by the novel style, clarifies that critical occasions occurred in the protagonistr’s past; which is presently causing issues down the road for him. The writer utilizes some quotes in the piece to portend and indication to the peruser about what might come later. The book, […]

Pages: 3 Words: 834 Topics: Afghanistan, The Kite Runner

Afghanistanr’s Turbulent History in the Kite Runner

In the light of Afghanistanr’s turbulent history and its impact on its people, the historical details incorporated into the novel could be seen to represent Afghanistanr’s rape of culture and identity. As a result of the Soviet invasion, Kabul becomes a city of secrets and suspicions, You couldn’t trust anyone in Kabul any more for […]

Pages: 2 Words: 511 Topics: Afghanistan, The Kite Runner

Plot of the Kite Runner Novel

Amir remembers an event that had happened twenty-six years ago when he was a little boy in Afghanistan. Before this event took place, Amir lived in a beautiful house in Kabul with his Baba (which means father), their servant Ali and his son Hassan. Rahim Khan, Babar’s close friend, was often at their house too. […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1374 Topics: Afghanistan, The Kite Runner

Social Media and Disinformation in War Propaganda

Social media and disinformation in war propaganda: How Afghan government and the Taliban use Twitter This study aims to examine disinformation and propaganda in war in the age of information particularly through social media. The paper analysed Twitter’s posts of Afghan government and the Taliban from JanMar 2018. For understanding disinformation, 952 tweets were crosschecked […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2332 Topics: Afghanistan, Fake News, Information, Mass Media, News, Propaganda, Social Media

Administration of Justice, National Security, Terrorism, & Protection of Classified Information

Topic 1: The reduction of civilian casualties in War on Terror in Afghanistan For the War on Terror to be successful in Afghanistan, all parties that play a major role in crushing the Taliban insurgency need to acknowledge that they have to win the hearts and minds of the local population. The soldiers, sailors, marines […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1466 Topics: Afghanistan, Corruption, National Security, Police, Research, Terrorism, War
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