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Why the US Envoy's Road to Afghan Peace Is Littered With Obstacles
February 06, 2019
Why the US Envoy's Road to Afghan Peace Is Littered With Obstacles
While the U.S. and the Taliban have both claimed significant progress in the latest talks, they have yet to pen a deal.
Why the US Envoy's Road to Afghan Peace Is Littered With Obstacles
Afghan Peace Talks Make More Slow Progress
December 22, 2018
Afghan Peace Talks Make More Slow Progress
For the “first time I feel optimistic while following these talks,” one observer says.
Afghan Peace Talks Make More Slow Progress
An Indian Perspective on Afghan Security
December 04, 2018
An Indian Perspective on Afghan Security
An interview with Brig. Gen. (retd) Venkataraman Mahalingam.
An Indian Perspective on Afghan Security
The ‘Father of the Taliban’ Is Dead. What Does That Mean for the Afghan Peace Process?
November 08, 2018
The ‘Father of the Taliban’ Is Dead. What Does That Mean for the Afghan Peace Process?
How will Maulana Sami-ul-Haq’s murder impact the Afghan peace process?
The ‘Father of the Taliban’ Is Dead. What Does That Mean for the Afghan Peace Process?
US-Taliban Talks Under the Shadow of Deadly Violence
September 12, 2018
US-Taliban Talks Under the Shadow of Deadly Violence
More talking, more violence -- where is the war in Afghanistan going?
US-Taliban Talks Under the Shadow of Deadly Violence
What Might Lie Ahead for Afghanistan?
August 21, 2018
What Might Lie Ahead for Afghanistan?
Looking beyond wishful thinking, here are four possible future scenarios for the course of the war in Afghanistan.
What Might Lie Ahead for Afghanistan?
Why Can’t Pakistan Facilitate a Long-Term Ceasefire in Afghanistan?
July 04, 2018
Why Can’t Pakistan Facilitate a Long-Term Ceasefire in Afghanistan?
If Islamabad helped facilitate the recently concluded ceasefire, what’s stopping it from helping arrange a long-term ceasefire?
Why Can’t Pakistan Facilitate a Long-Term Ceasefire in Afghanistan?
Why Elections Could Break the Afghan Peace Process or Fix It
April 20, 2018
Why Elections Could Break the Afghan Peace Process or Fix It
The planned elections could be a part of establishing peace but they pose significant risks as well.
Why Elections Could Break the Afghan Peace Process or Fix It
Pakistan May Have Jeopardized the Latest Afghan Peace Talks
March 12, 2016
Pakistan May Have Jeopardized the Latest Afghan Peace Talks
Failure of the Afghan peace process will harm Pakistan's credibility to a great extent.
Pakistan May Have Jeopardized the Latest Afghan Peace Talks
Abdul Hakim Mujahid Speaks on Afghanistan's Peace and Reconciliation Process
February 11, 2016
Abdul Hakim Mujahid Speaks on Afghanistan's Peace and Reconciliation Process
Abdul Hakim Mujahid of Afghanistan's High Peace Council discusses the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG).
Abdul Hakim Mujahid Speaks on Afghanistan's Peace and Reconciliation Process
Afghanistan's Abdullah Abdullah Optimistic About the Peace Process
February 09, 2016
Afghanistan's Abdullah Abdullah Optimistic About the Peace Process
Speaking in New Delhi, Afghanistan's chief executive officer addressed a range of problems confronting the country.
Afghanistan's Abdullah Abdullah Optimistic About the Peace Process
Have the Taliban Sorted Out Their Differences?
September 17, 2015
Have the Taliban Sorted Out Their Differences?
Mullah Omar's brother and son have sworn their allegiance to Mullah Mansoor. Are the Taliban back in business?
Have the Taliban Sorted Out Their Differences?
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