ACLED-APW Report Tracking Disorder During Taliban Rule in Afghanistan

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Civil society’s role in peace mustn’t be ignored

HERAT: Civil society activists in western Herat province have said their voice for peace should not be ignored and the opportunity created for ending…

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Peace talks’ failure not an option, says Fawzia Koofi in an exclusive interview

I think the plot against me is part of the series of assassinations that have been targeting prominent women, journalists or activists in Afghanistan.…

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“Even problem-ridden peace is better than deadly war”

Among one of our recommendations, we preferred that an unbiased third party should be solicited for brokering the negotiations. Now that we don’t see…

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Warring sides send positive signals as peace is in the air

KABUL: Parties to the Afghan conflict were all smiles during the inaugural ceremony of the historic intra-Afghan talks on Saturday as the Taliban assu…

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Pakistani curbs worthless unless we see tangible results: Faisal

 “The question here is if the Taliban want peace, why do they rage on further violence and war? Their pretexts of foreigners’ presence in Afghanistan,…

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We are not afraid of peace: Zabihullah Mujahid

“We are not afraid of peace in Afghanistan and that is why we are strongly determined to bring peace in any way possible, hopefully,” the Taliban spok…

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War is no longer a solution: Sediq Seddiqi

“It is clear to all that war is no longer a solution. War and peace continuing at the same time has been and will be a failed experience. The real sol…