Stalemated Talks with TTP: Role of the Afghan Taliban and Implications for Pakistan

Peace negotiations between the Pakistan and TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan), an outlawed terrorist organization that for years has been spearheading terrorism in Pakistan are taking place in Kabul. The process began in October 2021 and is being mediated by the Afghan Taliban. The dialogue that is anticipated to bring peace in the country is so far marred by a stalemate due to a clash over the demands set by the both sides, however, both the sides seem unwilling to walk out of talks.

The article will discuss various aspects of the talks by looking at its different components. It will also scrutinize the role of the Afghan Taliban that under the garb as mediator could be pursuing their own agendas by colluding with TTP.  Read More….

Previous articleU.S. China Policy Is Heading Towards Disaster
Next article(I)امریکہ چین تنازع اور پاکستانی مفاد
The Islamabad Policy Institute (IPI) is a nonpartisan, independent policy research institute based in Islamabad. Our goal is to undertake in-depth analysis of challenges and choices confronting Pakistan. We aim to help policymakers and public better understand the world, region and Pakistan-specific challenges and opportunities. We make efforts to engage government, civil society, private sector, media, academia in open debates and dialogue on the most significant developments in national and international affairs. We envision contributing to policy-making through periodic policy-papers putting forward policy-recommendations developed in collaboration with experts and stakeholders in each area. IPI takes no institutional position on policy issues.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here