Articles

Sun, Sep 25 2022 11:34 AM

Soliloquy in the Narrative Literature of Saadudeen Shpoon

By: Associate Prof. Sayed Nazim Sayedy Abstract In this article I introduce Soliloquy, which is the first structural element of narrative literature. What is Soliloquy? it Is the structural part in which the character of the story talks to himself, but does not know the audience of its.

Thu, Sep 22 2022 12:39 PM

The Reflection of Pashtun Culture in Pashto Landey

By: Associate Professor Rafiullah Nazia Abstract Landey is a unique poetical genre in Pashto folklore. In Pashto folklore, since time immemorial, Landey exist with unknown creators.

Tue, Sep 20 2022 3:17 PM

Professor Rishtin; a pioneer in writing literary reports

By : Associate Prof. Mohammad Asif Ahmadzai Abstract In the prose world of Pashto literature, literary reportage is an interesting type of literature that expresses the events of a current, event or journey and the author's feelings and emotions are also involved.

Mon, Sep 19 2022 12:30 PM

Protection of Literary Heritage

‌‌By : Professor M. Nabi Salahi

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About this topic we can discuss from five angles:

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Wed, Dec 29 2021 12:45 PM

The Role of Small Medium-Sized Enterprises in Economic growth of Afghanistan Challenges and opportunities

By: Sayed Nasratullah Musswy

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This paper examines the role of Small Medium-sized

Sat, Oct 30 2021 9:59 PM

Reflection of sustainable development goals in Afghanistan constitution

By: Sayed Hamidullah Mussawyan

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Nowadays, sustainable development is regarded as the most

Mon, Mar 15 2021 11:16 AM

China's role and goals in improving Afghanistan - Pakistan relations

Afghanistan and china are two neighboring countries in the region that have 76 km joint border and have a long history of relations with together, but their formal and diplomatic relations have been established in 1955.

Sun, Mar 14 2021 2:24 PM

Turkey’s Position in Afghanistan’s Foreign Policy

Every country makes foreign policy to answer its national needs and goals and acquire national interests. In the past, Afghanistan’s foreign policy framework was not clear, but during Hamid Karzai presidency after 2001, foreign policy was defined in three circle of neighboring countries and region

Sat, Mar 13 2021 2:38 PM

Chinese Cultural Policy and its Application in Afghanistan After 2001

: In modern international politics, the state’s foreign policy is highly measured by its ability and power to maintain its interests within a remarkably complex and challenging international system.

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