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Did Russia Place a Bounty on U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan? What You Need to Know
By admin July 1, 2020

Did Russia place a bounty on U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan? Did the Trump administration know and, if so, what did they know and when? This is the story that is currently sending the White House, all of Washington, the Pentagon and the media into a tailspin. The allegations could not be more damaging. As the

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The Long Duration
By admin November 2, 2016

When looking at the heart of a map, the countries that comprise the Middle East and Western Asia, it is clear that civil war or external invasions have affected nearly half of them. Not only does the act of war have catastrophic consequences on the economic and political systems, but also the humanitarian consequences are

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Self-Reliance is the Key to Enduring Development in Afghanistan
By admin October 10, 2016

Foreign aid is essential for creating sustainable infrastructure, institutions and industrial units in war-ravaged countries, and Afghanistan makes no exception to this case. The funds received are fundamental in the shorter term for the training, education, employment and skill development of the Afghan youth, which, according to the World Bank, represents more than half of

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UNDP and Global Fund: Why it takes two to Fight HIV
By admin June 28, 2016

With potential of epidemic expansion of HIV in Afghanistan, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Global Fund signed a USD $8.7 million grant to scale-up HIV prevention measures and treatment for people most at risk of contracting the virus in Afghanistan. This Global Fund Afghanistan Program started from April 2015 and is projected

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