The design of the Afghanistan flag is three vertical equal sized stripes, in order from left to right the colors are, black, red and green. Then, directly on the color red, which is in the middle of the colors black, and green comes the Afghanistan National Emblem. The color black on the flag is the first color. The color black stands for the past. The second color red, “represents the blood shed to free Afghanistan from rulers and from the British-Afghan war that happened in the 19 Century.” Green is the color for Islam, but it also stands for new hope for the future. The Afghanistan National Emblem that is directly in the middle of the flag contains a mosque, beneath the ...view middle of the document...
So, He flees. Then in 1933, Zahir Shah becomes king and Afghanistan persists an empire for next four years.
1953, General Mohammed Daud becomes prime minister. Turns to Soviet Union for profitable and army assist. Introduces social reforms, for instance, eradication of purdah (practice of isolating women from public view). 1963, Mohammed Daud required to quit as prime minister. In the year of 1964, Constitutional monarchy introduced; but leads to governmental division and power scuffles.
2001 October, US-led bombing of Afghanistan begins following the September 11 assaults on the United States. Anti-Taliban Northern Alliance forces enter Kabul briefly afterwards. That December of 2001, - Afghan clusters settle deal in Bonn, Germany for temporary management.
This man is the current leader of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai. The government of Afghanistan is an Islamic Republic. He has been the president since December 7, 2004. It is made up of the Council of Ministers and the National Assembly, with a president serving as the head of state. Afghanistan is a non-coastal country sharing borders with states in Afghanistan. The national holiday for Afghanistan is Independence Day. Government's difficulty in extending rule of law to everything parts of the country pose challenges to future economic growth. Afghanistan's living standards are among the lowest in the world. The international community remains committed to Afghanistan's development, pledging over $67 billion at nine donors' conferences between 2003-2010. Afghanistan’s war-shattered banking system has been slowly rebuilding itself, but the distinction between the formal and black economy remains vague in many places.
The economy of Afghanistan has improved meaningfully since 2002 due to the fermentation of billions of dollars in worldwide support and savings, as well as payments from Afghan expats. The recent improvement is also due to dramatic improvements in agricultural manufacture and the end of a four-year deficiency in most of the country. The government of Afghanistan entitlements that the country holds up to $3 trillion in proven unexploited inorganic deposits, which could make it one of the richest mining regions on earth. However, due to the conflicts, it remains one of the least developed countries in the world, ranking 175th on the United Nations' Human Development Index. The nation's GDP stands at about $34 billion with an exchange rate of $19.85 billion, and the GDP per capita is about $1,150.
Pashtu and Dari are the main languages spoken in Afghanistan. Pashtu was the National language of Afghanistan during the beginning of Zahir Shah's reign. Dari has always been used for business and government transactions. The family is the solitary most important unit in the Afghan culture. Men and women's roles are much more defined along traditional lines. Women are generally responsible for household duties. Whereas men will be the bread winners. In...