Scholar Srijan Sharma writes, India and US are seen as a major players in managing Afghan affairs. Therefore, a discussion over perspective of possibilities of convergence of interests of both the countries on worsening situation of Afghan affairs complemented by the present environment of geopolitical reset deserves merit.
The Lowdown on Hitech Wars
Lieutenant General Ghanshyam Singh Katoch writes: The photographs above of Major General Chris Donahue and Colonel General Boris Gormov, the last commanders and men to symbolise exit from Afghanistan of […]
The US War in Afghanistan : The Way Ahead
Gaurav Kumar, Writes : The war in Afghanistan is one of the most distinctive actions of the US foreign policy in the last two decades. It is distinctive primarily for […]
TABULA RASA[i]: THE US TALIBAN DEAL THROUGH THE PRISM OF THE REALISM AND LIBERALISM
Varija Maini Writes : The peace agreement was reached after an 18 months long on-and-off negotiations that began in late 2018 and finally terminated in end Feb 2020. There are several reasons for the delay of this agreement.
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: FUTURE OF PEACE AND RECONCILIATION IN AFGHANISTAN
Ms Naireen Khan writes: Even with the U.S government and the Taliban signing a troop withdrawal agreement to pave the way to end a 19-year-old war, peace remains elusive for the Afghan people.