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په افغا نستان کي د فو ځي اډو شتون او ضرورت

افغان ولسمشر حامد کرزي په کندوز کې د افغان خبريال سلطان محمد منادي وژنه په کلکه وغندله .

 


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د خلق او پرچم کمونستانو لخوا د وژل شوو بې ګناه افغانانو د نومونو لړی
 

 

 

ډاکټراشرف غني د نړۍ د مهمو مفکرينو وياړ وگاټۀ
بي بي سي
د بهرنۍ تگلارې په نامۀ د متحدو ايالاتو مشهورې مجلې د افغانستان د ولسمشرۍ د تېرو ټاکنو کانديد او د دغه هيواد د کابينې پخوانى غړى ډاکټر اشرف غني احمدزى، په ژونديو شخصيتونو کې د نړۍ شلم پياوړى مفکر وبالۀ .

د مجلې په فهرست کې د امريکا د ولسمشر بارک اوباما، د دغه هېواد د بهرنيو چارو د وزيرې هيلري کلنټن او د برما د مشهورې سياستوالې آنګ سن سوچي نومونه هم شامل دي .

ډاکټر اشرف غني احمدزى يوازينى افغان دى، چې په ياد شوي لست کې شامل شوى دى .

ډاکټر اشرف غني بي بي سي ته خپل احساس په دې ټکو څرگند کړ:

(( زما احساس دا دى چې هر افغان ځوان ته احساس پيدا کيږي چې يو هلک چې د افغانستان په کلي کې له کوچيانو سره لوى شوى ، مکتب او ټولې لومړنۍ زدکړې يې په افغاسنتان کې کړي ، ټول عشق او علاقه يې له افغانستان سره ده ، کولى شي چې په دنيا باندې تاثير واچوي .))

ښاغلي احمدزي دا برى د ځان نه بلکې د افغانستان د ځوانانو او د افغانستان د مفکرينو گټل وبلل او دليل يې دا و چې دوى د هغوى فکري محصول ځان بولي .

ډاکټر اشرف غني هيله وښوده چې دغه ډول برياليتوبونه به په نړۍ کې د افغانستان مثبت نوم پياوړى کړي .


The FP Top 100 Global Thinkers

Washingtonpost

From the brains behind Iran's Green Revolution to the economic Cassandra who actually did have a crystal ball, they had the big ideas that shaped our world in 2009. Read on to see the 100 minds that mattered most in the year that was.

20. Ashraf Ghani and Clare Lockhart

for having the courage to call out failed states -- and then try to fix them. |afghan political leader | Institute for State Effectiveness | Afghanistan | CEO, Institute for State Effectiveness | Washington

When you hear Ghani speak about his time as Afghanistan's finance minister from 2002 to 2004, you have to wonder why -- with such eloquent plans and passionate drive -- this former World Bank official and anthropology professor wasn't able to set the country right. But after just two years, Ghani hit a wall in the government of President Hamid Karzai, who refused to reform corrupt practices and root out unsavory allies. No wonder he was back to contest this year's presidential election and challenge the Karzai machine. Visiting villages and towns across Afghanistan dressed in traditional garb, this technocrat preached a message of good governance in a country that increasingly defines what it means to be a failed state.

Ghani didn't come anywhere close to winning, but his ideas will still find resonance in Washington, Brussels, and perhaps even Kabul. His civilian-centered strategy is part of a vast tool kit he has spent the last decade compiling with his former U.N. colleague, Lockhart, who is now director of the Institute for State Effectiveness. The pair co-founded that institute in 2005 and have since literally written the book on Fixing Failed States. Now, if only they can get Karzai to listen …

"I remember touring the country in [the 1970s]. [Afghans] practiced an incredibly tolerant version of Islam … nothing like what exists in parts of Afghanistan today. The nouveaux riches, the warlords who currently rule Afghanistan … brought with them a totally different way of ruling, which really obscured many of the best qualities of Afghanistan." --Ghani

Best idea: To come up with a self-financing Marshall Plan for the Central Asia, South Asia, and Middle East region.

Worst idea: To let the banks continue to write their own rules, divorced from the consensus of society.

 

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