What the Apparent Collapse of Afghan Peace Talks Means for Pakistan

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi (C) and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) along with Afghanistan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani (R) answer the press after the 3rd round of China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Trilateral Foreign Ministers’ Dialogue in Islamabad on September 07, 2019 (AFP / PID)
Updated 11 September 2019
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What the Apparent Collapse of Afghan Peace Talks Means for Pakistan

September 10: The Diplomat report by Umair Jamal states that .S. President Donald J. Trump’s Twitter announcement that the United States has called off peace talks with the Afghan Taliban after the group claimed an attack that also killed one American soldier was a surprise to the world this weekend. Already, a lot has been written about the merits and demerits of the terms of the peace process and how a potential deal in its current form between the U.S. and the Taliban could affect Afghanistan’s future.

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Islamabad refuses backdoor talks with New Delhi

Updated 16 September 2019
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Islamabad refuses backdoor talks with New Delhi

September 16: Pakistan has refused to engage in backdoor diplomacy with India after some powerful countries, as well as certain Muslim states, sought de-escalation in the brewing tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbors over Kashmir.

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