Taliban Offensive in Afghanistan Strains Ties with Islamabad

Taliban Offensive in Afghanistan Strains Ties with Islamabad Afghan and Pakistani leaders have made a push to improve their long-troubled relationship under Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, and try to broker peace with the Afghan Taliban. But this week, an open dialogue in Islamabad exposed how their fragile alliance is being strained by the Taliban’s spring offensive. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani made significant moves this year to try to improve relations with Islamabad, which cost him political support at home. A deal for improving counterterrorism cooperation between spy agencies of the two countries led to close consultations with senior Pakistani army leaders but also angered Afghan lawmakers who distrust Islamabad. In return, Afghan delegates claim that Ghani was promised t...
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