Afghanistan Economic & Legal Studies Organization
The Afghanistan Economic and Legal Studies Organization (AELSO) is an independent think-tank based in Afghanistan and registered as a non-profit and non-political non-governmental organization with the Ministry of Economy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on December 10, 2009 (Registration Number 1532).
The mission of AELSO is to promote the values of individual freedom and of the responsibility of civil society for the creation and sustenance of the institutions of limited government, the rule of law, and the other institutional foundations of the free society. That includes strengthening the institutions of the free-market economy, such as clear definition of, and respect, for property, and promotion of freedom of expression, toleration, human rights, and civil peace.
What Happened In Economic Of Afghanistan And Region In May 2020? Click in here and read all these news in our E- Economic Newsletter!June 1, 2020
The Afghanistan Economic and Legal Studies Organization (AELSO) as the leading free market think tank of Afghanistan is always trying its best to produce and present many academic resources for better understanding of free society values for Afghan nation. We are very excited and proud that the 3rd edition of our CDs which are beingApril 10, 2020
What happened in Economic of Afghanistan and region in March 2020? Click in here and read all these news in our E- Economic Newsletter!April 9, 2020
How economic cooperation between Afghanistan and Pakistan can boost cooperation in the region? | Khalid Ramizy
Sustainable Political cooperation between Afghanistan and Pakistan has been always a challenge and we can claim that this situation has not only prevented two countries from development but the entire region. History has proved that without cooperation, none of these two countries can reach to peace and sustainable development. While the rest of the worldMay 22, 2020
It is believed that Afghanistan has nothing to lose by joining the WTO perhaps it can actively participate in shaping and structuring the trade rules after becoming a WTO member. Current trade status of Afghanistan, where the level of imports are higher than exports (Trade balance has been in deficit throughout the period 2007-08 toMay 22, 2020
China is ruled by surveillance. Not everything is monitored, but everyone is monitored. Why? Because the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) is afraid of people, afraid of what people might think, say, and do to undermine their authoritarian control. Yes, that’s right, there are special cameras just for looking at and listening to people’s cell phonesMay 22, 2020