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Afghanistan’s Most Powerful Person Announces Bid for April Presidential Elections
November 28, 2018

Afghanistan’s Most Powerful Person Announces Bid for April Presidential Elections

By Ahmad Shah Katawazai
Mohammad Hanif Atmar vows to put an end to the ongoing insurgency as he announces his candidacy.  
Can Russia Help Bring Peace to Afghanistan?
November 02, 2018

Can Russia Help Bring Peace to Afghanistan?

By Said Sabir Ibrahimi
Russia’s reconciliation efforts should align with Afghanistan’s needs.

Why Does Pakistan’s Release of a Key Taliban Leader Matter?
October 30, 2018

Why Does Pakistan’s Release of a Key Taliban Leader Matter?

By Adrian Hänni
What does the release of Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund tell us about the prospects for peace talks in Afghanistan?

US-Taliban Talks Under the Shadow of Deadly Violence
September 12, 2018

US-Taliban Talks Under the Shadow of Deadly Violence

By Monish Tourangbam and Swati Sinha
More talking, more violence -- where is the war in Afghanistan going?

What Might Lie Ahead for Afghanistan?
August 21, 2018

What Might Lie Ahead for Afghanistan?

By Marvin G. Weinbaum and Samad Sadri
Looking beyond wishful thinking, here are four possible future scenarios for the course of the war in Afghanistan.
Is China Bringing Peace to Afghanistan?
June 20, 2018

Is China Bringing Peace to Afghanistan?

By Sudha Ramachandran
China’s role in Afghanistan is undoubtedly growing. What does that mean for the peace process?

The Taliban Made War. Are They Showing They Can Make Peace?
June 12, 2018

The Taliban Made War. Are They Showing They Can Make Peace?

By Ahmad Shuja Jamal
The Taliban's announced ceasefire represents a tentative move toward peace. Will it hold?
The Afghan Peace Process: An FAQ
May 14, 2018

The Afghan Peace Process: An FAQ

By M. Ashraf Haidari
M. Ashraf Haidari explores the challenges and opportunities facing the peace process.

Saudi Arabia's New Taliban Strategy
May 10, 2018

Saudi Arabia's New Taliban Strategy

By Samuel Ramani
By embracing a hardline anti-Taliban strategy, Saudi Arabia hopes to force the Taliban to abandon its military ambitions.

Peace Springs in Taliban Heartland?
April 21, 2018

Peace Springs in Taliban Heartland?

By Ahmad Shuja Jamal
The Taliban should heed a grassroots movement demanding an end to civilian casualties.

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

By Noah Coburn
The planned elections could be a part of establishing peace but they pose significant risks as well.
Kabul’s Overture, the Taliban’s Dilemma, and the Way Out  
April 17, 2018

Kabul’s Overture, the Taliban’s Dilemma, and the Way Out  

By Mushtaq Rahim
It’s not surprising that the Taliban have not responded to Ghani’s peace offer.

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