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Decentralisation: the final stand of Afghan warlords

In Afghanistan, political goalposts change frequently. This was seen recently in the New York Times op-ed of Ahmad Massoud. As son of late warlord...

COVID-19 casts menacing shadow over Afghan peace process

To say that Afghanistan's peace process has faced hurdles is an understatement. Yet it seems that since the US began negotiating directly with the...

The Taliban: openness or strategic ambiguity?

Two presidents. Two inaugurations. Two parallel governments. Kabul is in limbo. Crucial for President Ashraf Ghani is the fact that despite the shaky foundations...

“US-Taliban deal is only the beginning”

The signing of the groundbreaking deal between the US and the Taliban on 29th February precipitated many hashtags on Twitter that soon started trending....

The Afghan Taliban: between insurgency, Islamic Republic and Islamic Emirate

Picture: Former Taliban fighters return arms. Source: Wikimedia Taliban unity has been a distinct facet of the US led war in Afghanistan, where resistance...
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