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Continuity of Afghan peace talks — only viable option

German Field Marshal Erich Von Manstein titled his memoirs published in 1955 Lost Victories. Unquestionably, he was one of the finest operational commanders that...

Should the U.S. leave Afghanistan?

In “Time to Get Out of Afghanistan” (Op-Ed, Jan. 2), Robert D. Kaplan refers to the diplomatic expertise of Richard Holbrooke. Mr. Holbrooke famously...

Historical link helps China mediate in Afghanistan

China's role in Afghanistan has grown rapidly after the withdrawal of US troops in 2014. Beijing has been instrumental in facilitating talks between the...

The Unspeakable Tragedy

Editorial-- The stark revelations of Afghanistan women’s national football players sexual abuse at the hands of the president of the Afghanistan football federation, Keramuudin Karim...

Afghanistan Drawdown: End Of American Interventionism – OpEd

After Donald Trump’s surprise announcement in a tweet on December 19 to withdraw 2,000 American troops from Syria after a telephonic conversation with the...

Out Of Syria, Afghanistan

I was very late waking up this morning — a sign of how much fun I had with dinner guests last night — so...

Are we ready to lose Afghanistan?

August 1945 saw the United States at the pinnacle of its power, economically and militarily supreme. With Europe split between the Allies and the...

Opinion: Time for Afghan Government to map out its human rights priorities for 2019

This past year has been one of the deadliest for Afghans. Every month there have been at least two attacks targeting civilians only, with...

How can Afghans make peace AND protect women? Meet Ayesha Aziz

After nearly 40 years of war, Afghanistan and the international community are urgently seeking paths for a peace process. But amid the tentative efforts—a...

Reconciliation process and Afghan media

It is about four decades that Afghanistan and its people are facing uncertainty, insecurity and extreme lack of basic civic facilities apparently due to...

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