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Pakistan’s New Approach to Peace in Afghanistan

Pakistan new approach to peace in Afghanistan

For the last few years, Pakistan has made sincere efforts for an Afghan-led peace process. In this regard, it is important to see that Pakistan is approaching to all the stakeholders in Afghanistan, particularly, the leaders of different ethnic groups. The country recently invited Ahmad Wali Massoud, head of the …

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IOM: Afghanistan Could Face Drought, Famine This Year

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KABUL – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has warned that Afghanistan could face drought and famine this year and that 17 million people could be at risk of facing hunger. Nick Bishop, an emergency response officer in Afghanistan, said this was due to reduced levels of snow and rain …

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Who Hinders Peace in Afghanistan?

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The government and the Taliban have made no progress in the second phase of peace talks. The main reason for this is the transfer of political power in Washington and the ambiguity about the new US administration’s approach to the Doha Agreement. The Taliban have also unilaterally left the peace …

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NATO: No Full Withdrawal After May

NATO, No Full Withdrawal After May

KABUL – International troops plan to stay in Afghanistan beyond the May deadline envisaged by the insurgent Taliban’s deal with the United States, Reuters quoted four senior NATO officials. The move could however escalate tensions with the Taliban which is demanding a full withdrawal. “There will be no full withdrawal …

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President Ghani Meets Afghan Political Figures

President Ghani Meets Afghan Political Figures

KABUL – President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, on Monday, met with Hamid Karzai, Former President, Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, and Abdul Rab Rasul Sayyaf, Jihadi Leader, at Presidential Palace (Arg). Based on the Presidential Palace statement, the meeting focused on ceasefire, violence reduction, political consensus, …

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Pak-Afghan Bonding Relations

Pakistan new approach to peace in Afghanistan

Historically, instability in Afghanistan is not only restricted to its boundaries but affected the whole region. Countries that are directly affected by volatility in Afghanistan are monitoring the situation with great interest. It is because the US has already decreased the number of troops in the country to 2,500 and …

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Ghani: Peace in Afghanistan Will Bring Peace to the Region

Ghani, peace in Afghanistan will bring peace to the region

KABUL – President Ashraf Ghani said Sunday that peace and stability in Afghanistan will bring peace and stability to the region. Speaking at a National Security Council (NSC) meeting, Ghani said: “Peace will allow for major economic projects for the economic prosperity and economic development of Afghanistan and the region …

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