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Escalating insecurities in Syria and Iraq have once again highlighted the dilemma of humanitarian intervention. Even though the globalized, trans-border, trans-linguistic world of neoliberal ideals has tremendously challenged the traditional ideas in international relations, the concepts of nation-state, national interest and sovereignty remain prominent, creating blurred lines and extensive confusion about issues such as humanitarian intervention.

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On Monday Afghanistan got a new government through a peaceful transition of power. Ashraf Ghani was sworn into office as president while Abdullah Abdullah became chief executive, a post similar to that of prime minister that was created as the result of an agreement between the two rivals. The leadership of the new government must make improvement of the economy its top priority.

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I first met President Karzai in 2006.

I was nervously looking at the papers in front of me, sitting on a cozy couch at a studio at Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA). I wanted to memorize every word. I was excited, but mostly nervous. It was a big day. I was going to interview the president. 

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