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Millions of Afghans Made Pakistan Home to Escape War. Now Many are Hiding to Escape Deportation.

Millions of Afghans Made Pakistan Home to Escape War. Now Many are Hiding to Escape Deportation.

By Riazat Butt and Adil Jawad
Some 600,000 Afghans have returned home since last October, when the crackdown began, meaning at least a million remain in Pakistan in hiding.
Meeting the Climate Crisis in Afghanistan 

Meeting the Climate Crisis in Afghanistan 

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
As the dilemma on recognition and assistance remains unresolved, Afghanistan will be subjected to a vicious cycle of conflict with climate change acting as a threat multiplier. 

In Eid Message, Taliban Leader Lashes out at Critics in the International Community

In Eid Message, Taliban Leader Lashes out at Critics in the International Community

By Catherine Putz
“If anyone has any issues with us, we are open to resolving them, but we will never compromise on our principles or Islam,” Akhundzada said.

Bridging Divides: Finding a Regional and International Consensus for Afghanistan’s Future

Bridging Divides: Finding a Regional and International Consensus for Afghanistan’s Future

By Mustafa Aryan
Collaborative efforts among regional and international actors can pave the way for a stable and peaceful Afghanistan.

Where Do Taliban-Pakistan Relations Stand Now?

Where Do Taliban-Pakistan Relations Stand Now?

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
One reason driving Islamabad’s renewed efforts in Afghanistan may be India’s continuing moves to expand its dealings with the Taliban.
Supply of Special Immigrant Visas for Afghans Dwindling

Supply of Special Immigrant Visas for Afghans Dwindling

By Catherine Putz
As the supply of SIVs dwindles, Congress’ present dysfunction all but ensures the program’s imminent collapse.

Most UN Security Council Members Demand Taliban Rescind Decrees Seriously Oppressing Women and Girls

Most UN Security Council Members Demand Taliban Rescind Decrees Seriously Oppressing Women and Girls

By Edith M. Lederer
Russia, China, Mozambique, and Algeria didn't sign on to the statement.
A Reality Check on Afghanistan’s Isolation Under the Taliban

A Reality Check on Afghanistan’s Isolation Under the Taliban

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
Beneath the U.N. secretary general’s claims of consensus in Doha, a clear division is visible among countries regarding whether and how to do business with the Taliban.

Afghanistan’s Climate Crisis: Addressing Drivers of Conflict

Afghanistan’s Climate Crisis: Addressing Drivers of Conflict

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
Helping Afghans deal with climate-induced emergencies could aid in addressing the drivers of unending conflict and instability in the long-term.

Is Afghanistan’s ‘Regional Cooperation Initiative’ an Opening for India?

Is Afghanistan’s ‘Regional Cooperation Initiative’ an Opening for India?

By Anuraag Khaund
As the Taliban’s Islamic Emirate calls for developing a “region-centric narrative,” New Delhi can’t afford to be left out.

Kazakhstan’s Evolving Afghanistan Policy

Kazakhstan’s Evolving Afghanistan Policy

By Aziza Mukhammedova
Afghanistan’s market and its position as a trade route that can connect Central Asia to South Asian ports are critically important to Kazakhstan.
Alarm Over Hijab Enforcement Exposes Afghanistan’s Dire Need for Direct Engagement

Alarm Over Hijab Enforcement Exposes Afghanistan’s Dire Need for Direct Engagement

By Freshta Jalalzai
Resolving the complex issues that Afghans face demands more than just external envoy efforts. It necessitates direct engagement with the people of Afghanistan. 

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