"Afghans greet Trump’s announcement with relief, concerns"
KABUL — Relieved Afghan officials instantly welcomed President Trump’s strategy announcement Tuesday, citing his assurance of broad U.S. military, economic and political support despite a lack of specific pledges, and praising his tough stance on Pakistan, which he denounced for offering safe haven to “terrorists” and “agents of chaos.”
Shortly after Trump’s speech, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani described himself as “grateful to President Trump and the American people for this affirmation of support for our efforts to achieve self reliance.”
The Afghan ambassador in Washington described the speech as “the first time a focus has been put on what Afghanistan must have to succeed,” and a sign of strong commitment to “our shared goals.” click for more
Panjshir on the eve of trilateral meeting of Afghanistan-India-Iran Trilateral Meeting organized by AISS on 1-3 August, 2017
دیدار والی پنجشیر با رییس مطالعات استراتیژیک افغانستان و دیپلومات های کشورهای ایران و هندوستان
هدف ازین ملاقات، دیدار بحث روی موضوعات مورد علاقه جانبین عنوان شده است.
اهمیت بندر چابهار اثبات شده است/ باید برای عملیاتی شدن این بندر بین المللی کوشش کرد
به گزارش ایرنا، «سید محمد کاظم سجاد پور»، رئیس مرکز آموزش و پژوهشهای بینالمللی وزارت امور خارجه ایران، «داود مرادیان»، رئیس مرکز مطالعات راهبردی افغانستان و «جایانت پراساد»، رئیس مرکز مطالعات دفاعی وزارت دفاع هند، شرکت کنندگان در این نشست بودند. برای جزئیات بیشتر اینجا مراجعه کنید
Iran, Afghanistan, India: Chabahar plays key role in trade ties
Participants at a tripartite meeting of Iranian, Afghan and Indian officials underlined the importance of Iran's Chabahar port for broadening of trade relations.
The meeting was attended by Head of the Iranian Foreign Ministry's Educational and International Research Center Mohammad Kazem Sajjadpour, Head of Afghan Strategic Studies Center Davood Moradian and Head of the Indian Defense Ministry's Defense Studies Center Jayant Prasad, Fars News Agency reportedclick for more Iran Daily
دور دوم گفتوگوهای سهجانبهی افغانستان، هند و ایران در کابل برگزار شد
روزنامه اطلاعات روز
What would happen if the United States totally disengaged from Afghanistan?
Davood Moradian, director of the Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies
Disengagement would result in the partition of the country into regions akin to “Somalia” and “Somaliland.” The Pashtun heartland will resemble the former and the central, northern and western regions the latter. In this scenario, Pakistan revives its strategic depth by creating a “Grand Waziristan,” comprising of Pashtun-dominated border regions of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Russia will consolidate its reign over Central Asian states. Should Afghan and regional players fail to manage this scenario, then the Pashtun heartland will revert to an Islamist, Sunni, Pashtun caliphate where attacks on the West could be launched.Click for more
Behind the front lines in the fight to ‘annihilate’ ISIS in Afghanistan
“In Nangahar, it is Pakistan’s game,” said Davood Moradian, director of the Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies, referring to the province in which Achin is located. Pakistan has launched its own military operation against Islamist militants on its side of the Spin Ghar range, but Moradian was skeptical that they shared the goal of the group’s elimination.click for more
‘4th Afghanistan – Central Asia Dialogue’ aimed to improve regional cooperation in fight against terrorism
The 4th international conference of Afghanistan – Central Asia Dialogue was held Friday for two days in Bamyan with participation of representatives of more than 20 countries of the world. The conference, the main subject of which was ‘geopolitics relations and terrorism’, was organized by Afghanistan Strategic Studies Institute.. Read More >>www.thekabultimes.gov.af
چهارمین کنفرانس "گفتگوهای افغانستان و آسیای میانه" دربامیان گشایش یافت
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