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Comes August and the Taliban surge: Kabul falls again

Kabul has fallen. The Taliban have seized control in Afghanistan, just two weeks before the United States is due to

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Afghanistan neighbors and post-withdrawal regional stability: A region in uncertainty

As the US-led NATO forces pull out of war-torn Afghanistan, the violence-affected, and impoverished nation is left in shambles. And

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Pak-Afghan Relations: A Rejuvenated Episode

The head of the Afghan High Council for National Reconciliation (HCNR), Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, was on a three-day visit to Pakistan

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Will Pakistan Lose Its Influence on the Taliban?

Pakistan and the Taliban’s long-term relationship is likely to evolve with the progress of intra-afghan talks. Pakistan has played a

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The Challenges for the Intra-Afghan Negotiations

Talks between Taliban delegation and the current Afghan government began, after being delayed for a long time, in the capital