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Kabul in Winter: Life Without Peace in Afghanistan [Ann Jones] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Soon after the bombs stopped falling on Kabul, award-winning journalist and women's rights activist Ann Jones set out for the shattered city. This is her trenchant report from the city where she spent the next four winters working in humanitarian aid.
The Afghan government plans to announce a second cease-fire with the Taliban during a major Muslim holiday in August, part of an effort to kick-start peace talks involving the U.S., the Islamist ...
Is America Ready for a Peace Deal in Afghanistan? The Trump administration appears to be following the pattern of its predecessor in imagining a political endgame in Afghanistan.
The Good War: Why We Couldn t Win the War or the Peace in Afghanistan [Jack Fairweather] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In its earliest days, the American-led war in Afghanistan appeared to be a triumpha good war in comparison to the debacle in Iraq. It has since turned into one of the longest and most costly wars in U.S. history.
KABUL, Afghanistan — With the Taliban shrugging off the Afghan government’s latest offers of a cease-fire and negotiations, peace seems as elusive as it has been for decades in this war ...
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Monday, hoping to give new momentum to peace talks with the Taliban in the wake of a brief truce last month, just as reports ...
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo used an unannounced trip to Afghanistan on Monday to step up the Trump administration's calls for peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reiterated the Trump administration’s calls for peace talks between Afghanistan’s government and the Taliban on an unannounced visit to Kabul.
A wall painted with portraits in Herat, Afghanistan, part of a celebration over the start of work on a gas pipeline which will pass through Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
Underlining Washington’s desire to build a strong security partnership with India, the John McCain National Defence Authorisation Act (NDAA) for the 2019 fiscal has urged the Donald Trump administration to strengthen its defence partnership with India, noting that such a partnership should enable “strategic, operational and tactical coordination between our militaries.”