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The U.S. peace envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, says the United States is not "cutting and running" from the war-torn country as it negotiates a peace agreement with the Taliban.
Geo-political flux is evident in many dimensions at a time when there is a need for greater stability for growth for developing countries in South Asia yet opportunities seem to outweigh the risks if nurtured to advantage.
The Doha talks between the Taliban and Afghan civil society could be capitalised by India to enter the vital peace process in tandem with Kabul overcoming inhibitions of engaging with the rebel group.
English translation also did not contain any reference to one of the key issues for the Taliban -- their demand for the withdrawal of all foreign military forces from Afghanistan.
From our point of view, dialogue and agreement assists us to reach an understanding concerning our present and future, be able to tackle the barriers and obstacles as well as understand each other.
U.S. envoy Zalmay Khalilzad has described the latest round of U.S.-Taliban peace talks as the "most productive" ever, telling RFE/RL that "a lot of progress" has been made.
Dozens of Afghan delegates, including political figures, women, and other stakeholders, are attending an Intra-Afghan Dialogue Conference in Qatar involving negotiators from the Taliban.
While the American side has been tight-lipped about the talks, Taliban officials insisted the two sides have "certainly made good progress"
While the Trump administration has not made an official announcement, Khan's five-day visit to Washington will begin July 20 and both sides are in the process of finalizing plans
Having hit a sweet spot with the United States, with perfunctory actions against terrorist financing, Pakistan is likely to remain in the FATF Grey List in December
An all-Afghan peace summit has been set for July 7-8, although the talks in Qatar will apparently be held without the official participation of the Afghan government.
The Taliban and the United States are both said to be making “serious efforts” to conclude a draft text in their latest round of peace negotiations in Qatar
Taliban has killed dozens of government forces in its latest battlefield attacks in Afghanistan as the insurgent group opens a new round of peace negotiations with the United States in Qatar
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani sought the neighboring country's support in persuading the Taliban to engage in a peace dialogue with his government.
The Afghan leader President Ashraf Ghani held delegation-level talks with Prime Minister Imran Khan shortly after arriving in Islamabad
A statement by the military did not provide any details surrounding the circumstances of the deaths, which bring the tally of U.S. service member fatalities in Afghanistan to at least six this year.
Senior political figures from Afghanistan, including several presidential candidates, will attend a rare, unofficial meeting in neighboring Pakistan to discussions on peace and reconciliation
U.S. watchdog SIGAR reported lack of oversight of U.S. spending in Afghanistan led to waste of funds, hampered training, development of Afghan security forces.
U.S. seeking peace deal with Afghan Taliban said, Washington seeking comprehensive peace agreement not withdrawal agreement .
United States, Taliban to hold crucial round of negotiations in Qatar amid high expectations of breakthrough toward ending war in Afghanistan.
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