Afghanistan Conundrum: Regional Quest for Peace and Stability

The evolving situation in Afghanistan presents a new set of challenges for regional peace and stability. The irresponsible withdrawal of  US troops without reaching a permanent, all-inclusive political settlement, further deteriorated the situation. Now, the ultimate onus to stabilise the war-torn country in the aftermath of the Taliban seizure of power in Kabul lies on neighbouring countries, which through facilitating peace talks and discouraging violence can play a substantive role in normalising the situation in the country. Read More…..

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