Evolving Situation in Afghanistan

For decades, Afghanistan has been at the forefront of Pakistan’s foreign policy and internal security. Owing to geography, people-to-people linkages, tribal affiliations, and the political economy of the border regions, Pakistan cannot remain insulated from the rapidly changing situation in Afghanistan. Among the regional states, Pakistan has high  stakes in peace, stability, and security in Afghanistan. Peace or conflict in Afghanistan directly affects Pakistan’s foreign policy and national security. Similarly, the choices Pakistan makes impact the internal and external dynamics of Afghanistan. Read More…

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