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Are Russia and the US Finally on the Same Page in Afghanistan?
July 20, 2019

Are Russia and the US Finally on the Same Page in Afghanistan?

By Samuel Ramani
Not so fast, substantive cooperation between the two on ending the war remains elusive.
Long Awaited Intra-Afghan Conference Brings Peace One Step Closer
July 10, 2019

Long Awaited Intra-Afghan Conference Brings Peace One Step Closer

By Kathy Gannon
The much-touted conference was attended by Taliban, Afghan government representatives, women, and civil society.

US Exit Looms Over Afghanistan Peace Process
June 18, 2019

US Exit Looms Over Afghanistan Peace Process

By Umair Jamal
With expectations of Washington’s exit, other domestic and international players are hedging and calibrating their positions accordingly.

What Colombia Can Teach Us About Afghanistan
May 28, 2019

What Colombia Can Teach Us About Afghanistan

By Lionel Beehner and Liam Collins
Two wars, two peace deals -- what lessons does Colombia hold for Afghanistan?

Taliban Declare Start of Spring Offensive Amid Talks With US
April 12, 2019

Taliban Declare Start of Spring Offensive Amid Talks With US

By Amir Shah
Even though Taliban attacks never quite ceased during the winter, the insurgent group made its annual spring announcement.
In Afghanistan, Talking and Killing Continue in Tandem
April 10, 2019

In Afghanistan, Talking and Killing Continue in Tandem

By Catherine Putz
The next Doha meeting, which the Afghan government plans to attend, has been pushed back. Meanwhile, attacks continue.

Why the Taliban Are in Control of the Afghan Peace Process
April 10, 2019

Why the Taliban Are in Control of the Afghan Peace Process

By Umair Jamal
The Afghan peace process is at the mercy of the Taliban.
Why Is Zalmay Khalilzad Such a Controversial Figure in Afghanistan?
April 04, 2019

Why Is Zalmay Khalilzad Such a Controversial Figure in Afghanistan?

By Sayed Ziafatullah Saeedi
Khalilzad’s history is worth recounting, to give context to recent chafing at his tactics in pursuing peace.

Uzbekistan Offers Samarkand as a Venue for Afghan Peace Talks
April 02, 2019

Uzbekistan Offers Samarkand as a Venue for Afghan Peace Talks

By Catherine Putz
The U.S.-led efforts to broker peace get top billing, but Uzbek efforts are worth watching closely.

Can the Afghan State Survive the Peace Process?
March 19, 2019

Can the Afghan State Survive the Peace Process?

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
Concerns are growing that Afghanistan's government will not survive an eventual U.S. withdrawal.

US-Taliban Talks: What's on the Agenda in Doha?
February 27, 2019

US-Taliban Talks: What's on the Agenda in Doha?

By Catherine Putz
This week's critical talks between the U.S. and the Taliban revolve around a two-item agenda.
Taliban to Take Part in ‘Intra-Afghan’ Talks in Moscow
February 05, 2019

Taliban to Take Part in ‘Intra-Afghan’ Talks in Moscow

By Kathy Gannon and Rahim Faiez
The Taliban will be talking with opposition politicians and tribal elders – but not representatives of the government in Kabul.

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