afghanistan

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Aug'22

Connecting Through Trade By Asad Ali

Connecting Through Trade By Asad Ali PAKISTAN and Afghanistan are strategically two important states. Both countries are neighbours and have …

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02

Aug'22

Pakistan’s Role in Revival of Afghan Economy By Sehrish Khan

Pakistan’s Role in Revival of Afghan Economy By Sehrish Khan ROM the very beginning of Taliban’s takeover, humanitarian catastrophe in …

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28

Jul'22

Protecting CPEC | Editorial

Protecting CPEC | Editorial The proposed involvement of Turkey’s participation in CPEC, along with the project’s expansion to Afghanistan, prompted …

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25

Jul'22

Bilateral Trade Agreement | Editorial

Bilateral Trade Agreement | Editorial Pakistan and Afghanistan have penned an agreement to facilitate bilateral trade, especially when it comes …

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22

Aug'21

We All Lost Afghanistan By P. Michael McKinley

We All Lost Afghanistan By P. Michael McKinley. Two Decades of Mistakes, Misjudgments, and Collective Failure, As Afghanistan tumbles into …

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16

Apr'21

What a U.S. Withdrawal Means for Afghanistan By Carter Malkasian

In September of last year, peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government finally opened in Doha, only to …

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31

Jan'20

Our Afghan policy By Najmuddin A. Shaikh

“BOTH the US and Pakistan are on the same page that there’s no military solution in Afghanistan and we are …

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03

Jun'19

Is the peace initiative slipping out of the US grip? | Editorial

Much time has elapsed since the commencement of negotiations between the USA and the Taliban. Their respective positions have also …

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20

May'19

No endgame in Afghanistan? By Kamran Yousaf

The United States and the Afghan Taliban recently held another round of talks in Qatar as part of efforts to …

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21

Dec'18

Pulling Out of Syria — & Afghanistan? | Editorial

IT may be the right decision made for the wrong reason and executed in the wrong way. The reality of …

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19

Dec'18

Road Towards Peace, Stability of Afghanistan By Adeela Ahmed

AFGHANISTAN is a state which is viciously suffering from chaos and Instability. The people of Afghanistan have been in the …

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01

Dec'18

The Moscow Summit By Akbar Jan Marwat

IN an environment in which the Afghan Taliban seem to be in the ascendant in heir insurgency against the Afghan …

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22

Nov'18

In Afghanistan, A 17-Year Stalemate By Lara Seligman & Robbie Gramer

Another devastating suicide attack in Kabul on Tuesday and an independent report on the situation in Afghanistan serve to underscore …

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14

Nov'18

Pak-Afghan Relations By Amjad Nazeer

Rediscovering Peace through Ancient and Modern Silk Road: Stretching their lovesick arms out in the south-east and south-west of the …

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13

Nov'18

Afghanistan: The Stalemate and Solution By Mohsin Raza Malik

In the hope of “opening a new page in the history of Afghanistan”, Russia hosted a landmark peace conference on …

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02

Nov'18

Resuming Peace Talks By Dr Zafar Nawaz Jaspal

AFGHANISTAN’S anarchical situation has frustrated both internal and external stakeholders. The recent parliamentary elections presented the continuity of the democratic …

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29

Oct'18

The Afghan Conundrum By Siraj M. Shawa

The United States has been fighting an unwinnable war in Afghanistan against Taliban and Al-Qaida for the last 17 years. …

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17

Oct'18

The China Connection Between Pakistan and Afghanistan By Moneeb Ahmad Barlas

Last year China hosted the first China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Foreign Ministers’ Dialogue. “As a good friend of Afghanistan and Pakistan, China is …

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