What will it actually take for the two-decades long war in Afghanistan to end and for Afghanis to finally live in peace?
The information war now conducted by the United States against China centers on Xinjiang. Once again, the United State uses longstanding problems—such as the rise of extremism in Central Asia (fueled to some extent by the United State since the 1980s)—to create problems for its adversaries.
The prospects are brighter than ever that an orderly Afghan transition in the coming weeks or months is entirely conceivable.
Vested interests and entrenched official mindsets drive military conflicts in Afghanistan and on India-China border.
Insurgents do rounds of key states to shore up support as new U.S. administration reviews Afghanistan Doha peace process.
New U.S. administration seeks to preserve Trump’s Doha pact with the Taliban with a few important tweaks.