Push For Afghan-Taliban Peace Talks Faces Skepticism in Kabul

Push For Afghan-Taliban Peace Talks Faces Skepticism in Kabul Senior Pakistani officials insist key international partners support a new push by Islamabad to resume stalled peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government. But they say further progress is not possible unless Kabul supports the negotiations. Pakistan brokered and hosted a groundbreaking meeting between Taliban and Afghan officials in early July — the first direct interaction in 14 years — that raised hopes for a peaceful settlement to the conflict in Afghanistan. U.S. and Chinese officials attended the discussions as observers. But a second round of talks scheduled days later were not held after it was revealed longtime Taliban leader Mullah Omar had died two years ago. Since then, the Taliban has e...
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