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Editorial: Peace is imminent, but at what cost?

Undoubtedly, it is time to be optimism in Afghanistan as peace process backed and lead by US administration is getting momentum. Key officials within the National Unity Government believe peace will be definitely restored in Afghanistan in the near future and that promising peace development has hitherto been made. Peace …

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Editorial: US author’s reservations

Myra MacDonald, an experienced journalist and author of several books including on Indo-Pak conflict, originated/sponsored from Pakistan has raised certain questions regarding current US mediated peace talks for return of peace and ending of hostilities in Afghanistan. About breakthrough claims, made by US Special Advisor Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad, Myra in …

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Editorial: UAE talks concludes

Much acclaimed US brokered peace talks in a bid to build up a consensus on a negotiated solution to long standing Afghan conflict concluded at Abu Dhabi, capital of United Arab Emirates. Soon after conclusion of talks, the US Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad flown to Islamabad whereas he made …

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Editorial: US brokered peace talks

The US led peace talks in Abu Dhabi capital of United Arab Emirates continued for second consecutive day on Tuesday. However, there is no further developments in second round of direct talks between the US and Taliban political office Qatar. The Talban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid in a statement on twitter said …

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Editorial: Fencing amidst talks

Whenever peace efforts getting momentum, Pakistan’s military circles are highlighting what they called achievements pertained to fencing of controversial Durand Line. On the day of Afghanistan, China and Pakistan tripartite talks at Kabul, Pakistan armed forces through its mouthpiece Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) made public details pertained to fencing …

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Editorial: Sinking bilateral trade

Amidst tall claims on the part of Pakistani rulers regarding strengthening of relations and playing role in return of peace in Afghanistan on other part they are making obstacles ahead of bilateral trade with Afghanistan, which is now at verge of collapse. Pakistani officials at Torkham crossing point with the …

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Editorial: Expediting peace efforts

In the wake of US Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad proposal, Afghanistan President Ashrf Ghani has announced a new body comprising almost top politicians, religious figures and high ranking dignitaries. Suchsteps on the part of Afghan government confirm its enthusiasm and curiosity for return of peace and stability in war …

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Editorial; Undone sins

Reportedly over four thousands out of eight thousands imprisoned in Adyala Jail Rawalpindi are Pashto speaking and majority of them are from Afghanistan. In fact as a result of recent development where Pakistan’s certain circles including high ups from civil-military establishment considering Afghanistan as “enemy” like of India, word “Afghan” …

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Editorial: Polls controversy

 Once again like of past, controversy erupted overOctober 20, 2018 parliamentary elections in all over Afghanistan when theElectoral Complaints Commission couple of days back has termed all votes polledfor Kabul constituencies as invalid. According to complaints commissioner totalof 2,767 complaints were registered in Kabul, from where electorates have costvotes for …

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Editorial: US peace talks

The US ambassador to Afghanistan, Mr. John R. Bass, has made it clear that US making all out efforts to convince the warring Afghan factions to go for internal dialogues, which could be the suitable way out for resolving of long standing conflict. In recent days, certain media sections in …

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