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Enduring Orientalist perceptions of Afghanistan must not detract from the country's third democratic experience.
Despite reports describing Afghanistan's elections as 'peaceful', casualties in the rural areas were widespread.
Afghan women are getting more political representation but continue to face barriers in local communities.
The nation hasn't felt such euphoria since 1964 when the Afghan king declared the country a constitutional monarchy.
Nearly two-thirds of Afghans are under the age of 25, and many seem engaged and somewhat optimistic.
The challenge facing Afghan leaders will be to allow for the constitutional process to run its course, without meddling.
The West has proved to be a bad loser over Crimea and it has made matters worse for itself and its allies.
Why are Afghanistan's most prominent mystics returning to the political arena?
Journalist and his family, and Paraguayan diplomat visiting Afghanistan to observe election, are among those killed.
Asylum-seeker community in West Java is large enough to easily man an eight-team Afghan football league.
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