• American Intervention in Soviet-Afghan War
    Cold War, the United States resolved to take a shot at the Soviet Union by siding with Afghanistan and taking great measures to stop Soviet influence and communist ideology. In 1979, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in an attempt to expand its influence in the Middle East with the absence of American...
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  • Explain President Bush’s Deal Using the Realist Perspective.
    President Bush suggested $43 million to the Taliban rulers of Afghanistan. Taliban in Afghanistan is the most virulent anti-American violators of human rights in the world today, but he decided to aid them for major issues happen in Afghanistan. The major issues he dealing with is social problems such as...
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  • Assessing State Fragility of Afghanistan
    ASSESSING STATE FRAGILITY: AFGHANISTAN State Fragility Report INB355 Prepared for: Dr. Abdur Rob Khan Prepared by: Hasin Sadeque ( Niaz Mahmood (1030594530 Table of Content Content | Page No. | Introduction and Historical Background...
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  • Pakistan
    Pakistan: United States Ally or Not? Pakistan is located South Asia. It has an expansive coastline along the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman. Afghanistan is located south of Pakistan and Iran is in the west. India is in the east and the growing superpower China is to the far northeast. Pakistan is...
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  • Marketing
    October 30 , 2012 , o,o ‘Aqrab 9th, 1391 American University of Afghanistan th Volume 1, Issue 1 “We cannot hold a torch or hold a flame to enlighten someone else's path without also brightening our own.” Rumi Dr. Ashraf Ghani Speaks on Creative Entrepreneurship By Edress Kakar Special...
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  • Economy of Afghanistan
    Afghanistan Economy Profile 2013 Economy- Afghanistan's economy is recovering from decades of conflict. The economy has improved significantly since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001 largely because of the infusion of international assistance, the recovery of the agricultural sector, and service...
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  • Afghanistan
    ASSIGNMENT TOPIC a. War on Terror - Afghanistan b. War ARTICLE TITLE a. War in Afghanistan – Lunch with the Taliban ARTICLE SOURCE a. The Economist. ARTICLE SUMMARY a. This article talks about the state of affairs in Afghanistan. The Taliban is still very much around even though...
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  • Why Impeach Obama
    of steep decline in economy because of uncontrolled recession and in foreign affairs apparent failure of USA both in Afghanistan and Iraq. In Afghanistan there are at present 150,000 soldiers more than 50 percent being US soldiers. Despite such an armed intervention in Afghanistan for the last more than...
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  • US relations with India, Pakistan, China, Afghanistan; India with China & Afghanistan; The dynamic Analysis of US foreign Policy in SA
    US relations with India, Pakistan, China, Afghanistan; India with China & Afghanistan; The dynamic Analysis of US foreign Policy in SA Sino-US Sino-American or China-United States relations refers to international relations between the People's Republic of China (PRC) and the United States of...
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  • Iceman
    the twin towers, a hub of business and finance. Soon after this act of terrorism, congress voted in favor of invading the countries of Iraq and Afghanistan, so it is clear that the United States went to war because an act of terrorism was committed against the U.S. Another similarity between these two...
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  • Coping with Corruption
    already been in place in relation to Nato/Isaf goods being transited to Afghanistan, any loopholes of the new system would have already been plugged prior to its application to general commercial goods being transited to Afghanistan through Pakistan via the APTTA 2010. Secondly, rather than demand insurance/bank...
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  • Ib Quiz
    is subject to universally recognized UN regulations. 4. Firms that operate internationally are able to i) Realize location economies ii) Realize greater cost economies iii) Earn a greater return from the firm’s core competencies iv) earn a greater return by leveraging any valuable skills developed...
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  • relationship pakistan and amercia
    writ to all of its territory and assist the United States with efforts to stabilize Afghanistan thereby contribute to the stability in the region. For America, on a deadline to move her combat forces out of Afghanistan, this is a crucial point. So much so, that according to a local report, “A diplomatic...
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  • Corruption in Afghanistan
    Abstract Corruption in Afghanistan is so prevalent that nearly every part of the population is affected by the damage that it causes. Bribery and nepotism is such a common theme throughout the Afghan culture, that is has essentially become a way of life; corruption is accepted there. Throughout the...
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  • Corruption Perception Index
    10, means that the country is the almost clean from corruption. In other hands, the five countries with high level of corruption are Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Myanmar, North Korea and Somalia. Moreover, based on the results, Malaysia was at 60th place, scored 4.3 which far from 10. This shows that Malaysia...
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  • The War in Afghanistan Essay
    The War in Afghanistan began on October 7, 2001,[30] as the US Armed Forces launched Operation Enduring Freedom along with the British Armed Forces and Afghan United Front (Northern Alliance) in response to the September 11 attacks with the stated goal of dismantling Al-Qaeda and ending its use of Afghanistan...
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  • Terrorism
    Democracy e.    Heightening Religious Intolerance f.    Unending Afghan War g.    Crippling Economy 5.    Is Terrorism a Great Threat to Pakistan: YES I.    To Democracy II.    To Sovereignty III.    To Economy IV.    To Governance V.    To Progress VI.    To National Security VII.    To National...
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  • Response to Afghanistan Postpones Parliamentary Elections News Article: January 2010
    Afghanistan Postpones Parliamentary Elections News Article Response: January 2010 Throughout history, dominant countries have had influence in worldly affairs and the future of secondary countries. Examples include the Romans, Greeks, Spanish, French, Germans, Chinese, British and the United States...
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  • The Impact of 9/11 on America
    including the effects on the psychology of the American public and their perceptions of the world and other races. There was a significant impact on the economy. The government expended massive amounts of money in anti-terrorism measures, including war, business insurance, personal compensation and general...
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  • Taliban in Afghanistan
    1)Afghanistan was once a place of relative peace. A place where one could do as they please and have the freedoms to be who they wanted to be. But a few years would change that all. Everything that the citizens of Afghanistan knew, their entire way of life would change. The cause? The Taliban. The Taliban...
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