Afghan civil society is deeply upset with disunity and detachment of Taliban groups - those who are tied to regional states agendas. This detachment has also left negative impacts on their fighting capabilities and public support. Regional states, the United States, NATO, Russia, China, Iran and Pakistan are active stakeholders who want peace on their own terms, while Taliban are not an independent entity to decide the future of Afghanistan, or outline long-term peace proposals. This has created a deep problem in finding a solution to the peace problem in Afghanistan. This book is a collection of various articles written by eminent researchers on the aspects of finding a solution to the peace prospects in troubled Afghanistan.
Afghanistan: Sly Peace in a Failed State
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