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A media discussion on VOA Dewa Radio’s Pashto program Washington2Khyber hosted by Rahman Bunairee. The debate evaluates various angles of the month long ceasefire announced by the Pakistani Taliban (TTP) on March 1.More...
The debate revolves around the dynamics of the bilateral security agreement being negotiated between Afghanistan and the US.
The demands and expectations for a military operation in North Waziristan have arisen a number of times in the past. Each time they did not materialize.
If an offensive goes ahead, Pakistan’s military will be unable to take full control of North Waziristan, a ruggedly mountainous zone slightly larger than the US state of Rhode Island, said Imtiaz Gul, executive director of the Center for Research and
A media discussion on VOA Dewa Radio’s Pashto program Washington2Khyber hosted by Rahman Bunairee. The debate evaluates various angles of the month long ceasefire announced by the Pakistani Taliban (TTP) on March 1.
The situation of Afghanistan is entering another turning point. After years of debate on the bilateral security agreement between the US and Afghanistan, it’s status hangs in limbo.
Quite a bit of discussion has already taken place on the magnitude and the type of strike to conduct in Syria and the legal justification for it. Moreover, work also continues on forming an alliance and clarifying the US and western objectives for such an intervention.
The Syrian crisis had many tangents from the get go. It was never going to be like Iraq and Libya. For one, Syria is Iran’s closest ally, whose fall may isolate the country in a way the sanctions have never been able to.
Talking with the Taliban is proving to be quite a task. For many the difficult part was about deciding on either a military approach or a political solution.
As the US withdrawal from Afghanistan slated for late 2014 approaches, the politics of South and Central Asia is entering a particularly peculiar stage.