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This article – written in Dari language – talks on the obstacles to the rule of law in Afghanistan.
This essay – written in Dari language – talks about the barriers to establishment of democracy in Afghanistan.
I wrote a note on ‘gender discrimination’ – a negative phenomenon which is unfortunately very prevalent among families – in Dari (Farsi) language. Its English version will be soon posted here. To download or to read the Dari version, please … Continue reading
The six colors of the spectrum have contributed significantly to expressions and turns of phrase that are themselves often quite colorful. Here’s a sampling of idioms employing the words for colors. Red Because of the association of the color red … Continue reading
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The current weight of the mullahs in Afghan society is hard to gauge; however, it should be considered that if closer relatives are included (children, wives, parents, and siblings), the sheer demographic weight of the category must be no less … Continue reading
By contrast, under the post-2001 regime, the clergy has steadily been losing influence, due to a series of developments such as the overhaul and expansion of state education, the arrival of the modern mass media and in particular television, and … Continue reading