Afrasiab Khattak writes that the idealistic vision of BRI must address the realities of the modern world.
Patricia Gossman writes that those participating in the intra-Afghan talks should include the reformers—many of them women.
M. Ashraf Haidari writes that free press has played a crucial role in Afghanistan.
Masuda Sultan writes that the Taliban acknowledged that women will be able to study and work.
Chinese envoy writes that China renders full support to Afghanistan in reinvigorating the glory of Silk Road.
Lael Mohib and Ilaha Eli Omar write that there is a need for a shift in the mindset toward disability in Afghanistan.
Kai Eide writes that the peace process is – sadly – becoming a victim of the upcoming elections.
Neela Hassan writes that the Ministry of Education should build a better and adaptable education system.
Elliott Memmi and Samina Ansari write that Afghan women are far more than the perpetual victims the world too often imagines them to be.
Gheyasuddin Saadat writes that the Afghan government should look into improving the conditions for domestic producers.
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