Tag Archives: Afghanistan

Afghan Presidential Election 2014 – not done yet

I have done two previous posts about this significant moment in the history of Afghanistan. The first one goes over the political history of Afghanistan, current issues and voter registration. The second post covers the period after the ballot (earlier this month). This is a significant moment because the final result of the whole electoral […]

Afghan Presidential Election 2014 – better than expected

Yesterday was a historic moment in the long, storied history of Afghanistan. There are reports that humans were living on the land the nation occupies roughly 50,000 years ago. There was a ‘Democratic Republic of Afghanistan’ between 1978 and 1987 and there were elections, but there was Soviet Union influence. Now the country is the […]