Change in Afghanistan-Potential Resurgence of TTP

The astonishing return of the Afghan Taliban to power in Kabul after twenty long years of war, which involved foreign forces led by the US and its Western allies, and later on Afghan National Army,  heralds a new chapter in the geopolitics of the region. The war-torn country continues to grapple with a plethora of political, social, and economic challenges, which have lasting implications for regional peace and stability. Read More…..

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