How China and India Can Help Secure the Peace in Afghanistan
M. Ashraf Haidari
Afghans consider China and India to be their traditional friends and trustworthy neighbors — ones which have increasingly proven to share their wisdom and wealth...
Time to hit the political reset button in Afghanistan
After a temporary truce between the Afghan government and the insurgents during the three days of Eid-al Fitr, the brief euphoria is over, and the public anxiety has remained...
Taliban: We’re ‘another name of the Afghan nation’
In a recent statement that addressed comments by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, the Taliban reiterated that it considers itself the sole representative of the Afghan...
Why Making Taliban a ‘New Normal’ Is Dangerous
Dr. Omar Sadr
A chronic conflict such as Afghanistan requires four mutually reinforcing pillars: A legitimate/inclusive political process in Kabul; a cooperative/coerced Pakistan; sound...
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