Kabul: Well, its yet another meet on the security situation on fragile Afghanistan, but here’s the caveat- it’s the first time that almost all Central Asian countries have come together on the same table to discuss the future of the war-torn country after Taliban’s takeover. Go deeper: The regional security summit hosted by India was attended by the national security advisers of seven other

10 November 2021

Former commander of US forces in Afghanistan, General David Petraeus, in a joint article with Vance Serchuk, an adjunct senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, published an op-ed in the Washington Post on November 14 claiming that the Taliban have “strong” links with Al-Qaeda, and recommended that any peace deal with the insurgent group should require their “unequivocal break

16 November 2019

As day one of North Atlantic Council’s Defense Ministers Meet commenced, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the organization’s role in Afghanistan is outlined in providing conducive conditions for a political and peaceful solution. While addressing journalists before the beginning of the defense ministers meeting in Brussels, Stoltenberg said that aim is not to be in Afghanistan forever, but to be in Afghanistan

13 February 2019