Afghanistan Essay Topics

A Comparison of two newspaper responses

September the 11th is a date that will stick in our minds forever. The media response to the attacks was uncontainable and the news of the attacks spread around the world in a matter of minutes. After the attacks George Bush started to suggest attacking Afghanistan, and he started preparing the allied forces. The media… View Article

The Scam of “Reconstruction” in Afghanistan

“The Scam of ‘Reconstruction’ in Afghanistan has been included into the “censored list”. American taxpayers are not aware of the ways their resources are used in financial aid programs abroad. USAID, the U.S. government, and numerous corporations lack transparency and accountability in the development of various financial aid programs for Afghanistan.             Introduction             “The… View Article

Memorial Day for Iraq and Afghanistan

The current wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are a very big problem. Anyone will look at it as a serious peace concern. However, since any problems will also become solved in the future, it is a good thing that we have a fitting memorial when there is already peace in both countries. To memorialize the… View Article

Understanding Effects Of Ethnicity In Afghan Culture

Ethnic differences prevalent in Afghanistan have had a great impact on peoples’ personal lives especially during interpersonal communication. As an Afghan citizen, belonging to the Pashtan ethnic group, born and raised in a multicultural society, I had to master the art of effective communication at an early age. Here in this paper, I will explain… View Article

Taliban vs Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

Afghanistan is a mountainous land-locked country, which is one of the central Asian countries. In addition, it is an Islamic country that Islam religion has played a significant role in governing it. In Afghanistan Many governments had been changed in past several decades. For instance, the Kingdom of Amanullah Khan, the Kingdom of Mohammad Nadir… View Article

Why Do Children Run Away from Home in Afghanistan

Today, many families are faced with the problem of children both boys and girls escaping from home and it have negatively affected the Afghans society. However, in different cases it is considered as a very epidemic problem in Afghanistan. There might be many reasons why this unusual phenomenon happens in Afghanistan, so far; here I… View Article

Hazara people

1. Where did they move to after Pakistan? They moved to America after Pakistan. 2. What job did Baba get? Baba got a job at a gas station. 3. Why didn’t he want food stamps? Baba refused food stamps because this was an insult to his pride. He is mentioned to have a strict code… View Article

To Be Accepted

Eric Berne a Canadian-born psychiatrist mainly known as the creator of transactional analysis and being the author of Games People Play, once said, “The moment a little boy is concerned with which is a jay and which is a sparrow, he can no longer see the birds or hear them sing. ” What Berne stated… View Article

The Tragedy of Hassan in the Kite Runner

Abstract The character Hassan is consistently humble and good, leaving a great impression in reader’s mind. The role of Hassan in the story is significant. However, there are few scholars focusing on the character of Hassan. This essay focuses on the tragedy of Hassan, analyzing the causes with the theory Etiology. Etiology is a theory… View Article

Why Do Sunnis (Taliban) Hate Shias (Iran and Hazaras)

Taliban – the world’s most extreme and radical Islamic organization that inspires fascination, controversy, and especially fear in both the Muslim world and the West – has been brought into sharp focus in Ahmed Rashid’s book “Taliban”. This enormously insightful book gives an account of Taliban’s rise to power, its impact on Afghanistan and the… View Article

Hazara people

The Hazaras are Muslims in Afghanistan that belong to the Shia, Sunni, and Ismaili sects of Islam, but the majority are Shiites, while the Pashtuns, are Sunnis. The Hazaras are viewed as a minority by the Pashtuns. The Hazaras are divided into three groups, those in the North, those in the West, and those in… View Article

Parvana’s life in Afghanistan

In “The Breadwinner” Parvana’s rights are being violated. She has the right to go to school and get an education. She has the right to go to court to defend people. She has the right to freedom and many other rights, but nearly all of her rights are being violated by the Taliban. I wonder… View Article

Afghanistan War

Afghanistan has been in war with the U. S. mainly because, The Taliban refuses to follow through with the commands that the U. S. gave them, as well as ‘The Three Phases’, Also the planned attack in 2001, but mainly because the U. S. wants the mineral resources that are found in Afghanistan. The Taliban… View Article

The Taliban

Afghanistan has had a rough past few decades due to the Taliban, who also call themselves a “political movement group. ” The Taliban has made Afghanistan a very cruel place to live because of all the violence and ways the Taliban has changed the Afghanistan culture. The Taliban made the country a very scary place… View Article

Drug Abuse and Treatment Centers in Afghanistan

The issue of narcotic drugs production and consumption is worsening in Afghanistan which threatens the security and hinders the development. Afghanistan as the largest opium-producing country in the world produces 94% of the world’s opiates and thus has 920,000 illicit drug users. Ministry of Counter Narcotics (MCN) and many other major organizations such as International… View Article