Tag archive for ‘Afghan Peace Talks’
By pak_adnews On Thursday, January 28th, 2016

China pushing Afghanistan for Peace Talks with Taliban

Wang Yi, left, the Chinese foreign minister, walking with his Afghan counterpart, Salahuddin Rabbani, on Tuesday at the Foreign Ministry in Beijing Chinese officials are urging the government of Afghanistan to restart More...

Pakistan Amabassador Zahid Nasrullah Khan on Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations
By pak_adnews On Tuesday, December 1st, 2015

Pakistan ready to help revive Afghan peace process: Maleeha

Pakistan ready to assist in reviving an Afghan-led and Afghan’s owned peace process, but the Kabul government lacks a unified policy on the undertaking, Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi told the UN General Assembly on More...

By pak_adnews On Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Afghan Taliban Leader Mullah Akthar Mansoor Rejects Peace Talks, Urges Unity

The new leader of Afghanistan’s Taliban insurgency has rejected peace talks with the government unless it revokes security pacts with both the United States and NATO, and all foreign forces withdraw from the More...

By pak_adnews On Monday, September 21st, 2015

Analytical Guidance: A New Taliban Leader Emerges

Summary A key power struggle within the Afghan Taliban appears to be over: The Taliban have announced that Mullah Mohammad Omar’s two sons, Mullah Abdul Manan and Mullah Mohammed Yaqoob, have pledged their More...

Will CIA Seize Interfering in FATA
By pak_adnews On Thursday, August 27th, 2015

U.S. commander, Pakistan military leaders discuss security issues

Chief of the U.S. Central Command Gen Lloyd Austin held talks on Wednesday with senior Pakistani military leaders on security issues, the military said. The CENTCOM commander met Pakistan’s Chairman Joint More...

By pak_adnews On Thursday, August 20th, 2015

Is Peace Possible in Afghanistan?

By Carter Malkasian The first seven months of 2015 saw unprecedented movement toward peace in Afghanistan. A series of unofficial meetings between the Taliban and the Afghan government culminated in an official More...