M. Ashraf Haidari, Ambassador of Afghanistan to Sri Lanka, writes that ending violence now will build confidence on all sides.
Said Sabir Ibrahimi writes that If the Taliban want to have a future in Afghanistan, they will need to pursue a peaceful political…
Now, the need to contain a global pandemic has been added to an already combustible mix.
The government should start releasing prisoners, the Taliban should stop attacks, say Sultan Barakat and Barnett R. Rubin.
Adbullah Khenjani writes that the US should adopt a more people-centric approach to obtain its political goals in Afghanistan.
Kai Eide, former UN SRSG in Afghanistan, writes there is an urgent need for politicians to stand together.
Barnett R. Rubin writes that slashing aid, abandoning the peace process, or going it alone will imperil U.S. interests.
A challenging peace plan is made even more difficult by the pandemic, Dr Barnett R. Rubin writes.
An op-ed by the Academy Award–winning actor and filmmaker…
It will benefit Afghanistan if women take their rightful place in the peace process and in the economy…
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