SHANGHAI COOPERATION ORGANIZATION SUMMIT AND ITS IMPACT ON AFGHANISTAN AND THE REGION

If we look at the positions of the member countries of this organization, it seems that most of these countries are trying to play a positive role in the case of Afghanistan, but there are many political, social and security issues that create limitations for these countries to deal with the Taliban. For this reason, it is believed that if the Islamic Emirate is not able to gain the satisfaction of the countries of the region and the world, there will be no significant progress in Afghanistan’s interaction with the world and at least with the countries of the region in the near future.

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A Look at Afghanistan’s Brain Drain Crisis and Its Consequences

Human Capital Flight in Afghanistan is not a new issue. Afghanistan has been struggling with the phenomenon of brain drain for a long time. What is important for us in the phenomenon of human capital flight is the investigation of the factors and causes that are mentioned below:

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Tashkent Conference on Afghanistan; and a Look at the Interaction of the International Community with The Islamic Emirate

the Tashkent conference sent Islamic Emirate the message that, despite the fact that certain countries engage with it and recognize it as the de facto government of Afghanistan, official recognition will not occur without the Taliban performing a number of clear actions including the formation of an inclusive government, upholding human rights, particularly the right to employment and the right of women and girls to an education.

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UKRAINE WAR AND ITS GEOPOLITICAL IMPLICATIONS FOR AFGHANISTAN AND THE REGION

From the point of view of geopolitics, Ukraine is considered as the border between the east and west blocs. The power of the West in the form of NATO ends at the western borders of Ukraine, and the vast power of Russia begins in the eastern borders of this country.

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