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Differences over composition of the negotiating team to be fielded by mainstream Afghanistan political parties in Kabul continue to delay the commencement of intra Afghan talks.
Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen said the future Islamic Government and complete ceasefire would be discussed if inter-Afghan talks begun.
Return to violence, Afghan President's reluctance to release Taliban prisoners, President Trump's remarks that Taliban may return to power are markers that the peace agreement is floundering
Violence in Kashmir is down by spike in Ceasefire Violations by Pakistan and attempted infiltration by terrorists along LOC /International Border
A year after the Indian Air Force Balakote strike anniversary on Feb 26, a new concept for responding to terrorist attacks from Pak based groups seem to be under consideration by the Indian Armed Forces.
Combat brigade of Tibet Military Command relying on counter-terrorism block training grounds conducted counter-terrorism exercise in high-altitude areas Tibet
Kabul’s reluctance, legal and administrative difficulties in release of Taliban prisoners, resumption of violence by the Taliban ending RIV denotes intra Afghan talks to commence by 10 March could be delayed.
Given the nature of the agreement that involved one state and one non state actor the US and Taliban, difficulties in implementation emerge from the very first day.
Guarantees and enforcement mechanisms that will prevent the use of the soil of Afghanistan by any group or individual against the security of the United States and its allies.
The United States will request the recognition and endorsement of the UN Security Council for this agreement and related arrangements.
The importance of the resentment in Bangladesh cannot be undermined given that Indo Bangla relations have been one of the flagship achievements of the Modi government
Sri Lanka Defense Secretary Raises Concerns over Continued LTTE ideology, though Sri Lankan military completely defeated LTTE terrorism militarily
UNAMA annual report 2019 for Afghanistan stated majority of civilian casualties inflicted by anti-government elements
Sri Lanka arrests four Maldivians under strengthened Anti-Terrorism Laws, large number of Maldives citizens migrated to Syria to join ISIS as per National Counter Terrorism Centre
Financial Action Task Force (FATF) continued to place Pakistan in the Jurisdictions under Increased Monitoring as indicated in release on 21 February 2020 or the Grey List as is commonly known.
In simultaneous statements the United States and Taliban confirmed a seven day period of reduction of violence in Afghanistan while the US is preparing for signing agreement on 29 February
Second batch of ambassadors mainly from European Union countries say Kashmir visit was not to a Potemkin Village, call for removal of all restrictions
While Pakistan is unlikely to slip into the black list, lack of action against Masood Azhar and Zaki ur Rehman apart from 13 pending issues will ensure it remains on the grey list.
In his long reply, the Prime Minister dwelt at length the situation plaguing the region and said that the Article 370 of the Constitution was abrogated with full faith in people of J&K
10 key questions as the US and Afghan Taliban peace deal appears to be in the offing in the coming weeks
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