Can A Dead Mullah Omar Kill Taliban Peace Talks?

Can A Dead Mullah Omar Kill Taliban Peace Talks? Having finally confirmed Mullah Mohammad Omar's death, the Taliban has chosen a successor said to be open to peace talks with the Afghan government. Mullah Mohammad Akhtar Mansur’s inclination toward dialogue has raised hopes of a negotiated end to a 14-year insurgency after his takeover of the leadership was announced on July 30. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's office announced on July 29 that the ground for peace talks was "more paved than before" the confirmation of founding Taliban spiritual leader Mullah Omar's death, reportedly due to illness two years ago in Pakistan. But while the news could stop some Taliban militants from fighting and encourage them to join the peace process, some observers say the absence of the charisma...
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