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Afganistan

How do Afghanistan forces and Taliban compare?

Afghan security personnel and Afghan militia fighting against Taliban, stand guard in Enjil district of Herat province [File: Hoshang...

Significance behind China-Taleban meeting

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi (right) meets Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, political chief of Afghanistan's Talib...

If Afghanistan descends into chaos, Pakistan will feel the...

File photo of Pakistan PM Imran Khan | Facebook/Imran Khan As concern grows in Pakistan about the fallout of the deteriorating sec...

US ready to take in more Afghan refugees – but won’t help...

Afghanistan security officials outside Jalalabad. The US ready to take in thousands more Afghans whose US links put them at risk from...

Afghan President: Taliban have turned more 'cruel’ in 20 y...

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani (file photo) Photograph:( Reuters ) Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani has reiterated that Talib...

Why Turkey wants to be in charge of securing Kabul airport

Turkey is in a prime position to provide security to Afghanistan’s main airport in the post-US era, write Basit and Ahmed [File...

We cannot stand by and watch Afghanistan collapse

The past few months in Afghanistan, even by the standards set by two decades of war, have been especially calamitous. Since April, whe...

Afghanistan: Ghani blames ‘abrupt’ US exit for worsening s...

Armed Afghans stand guard at a check point in the Pul-e Malan area of Guzara district in Herat, Afghanistan [Jalil Rezayee/EPA] Af...

Growing demands on Afghan Air Force take toll on aircraft...

As the fighting in Afghanistan intensifies, the Afghan Air Force's (AAF's) aircraft are being overtaxed owing to an increase in close a...

The endgame in Afghanistan: Darker clouds gather

The last time I wrote about Afghanistan, I tried to offer a balanced look at the arguments for both pessimism and modest opti...

Why a post-US Afghanistan poses a litmus test for China as...

US soldiers in Soltan Khel, Afghanistan, in 2013. The US assumes China has aggressive, expansionist intent and expects it to be the n...

Photojournalist Danish Siddiqui was executed by Taliban: U...

Danish Siddiqui. Pulitzer Prize-winning Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui was not killed in crossfire in Afghanistan nor was...

US launches emergency airlift to rescue Afghan allies at r...

Afghan security personnel and militia fighting against the Taliban, stand guard in Enjil district of Herat province on Friday. Photog...

India is losing out in Afghanistan

In Delhi, on July 28, external affairs minister S Jaishankar and United States secretary of state Antony Blinken strongly endorsed th...

U.S. to Move Afghans Who Aided troops outside the country

Soldiers boarded a transport helicopter in Kunduz, in March 2011. Credit...Damon Winter/The New York Times President Biden sai...

Catastrophe stalks Afghanistan as the US and its allies da...

Honor guards stand next to the coffins of Georgian servicemen who were killed in Afghanistan, in Tbilisi, Georgia, on May 16, 2013. T...

PM on Afghanistan

Thousands of Taliban supporters rally in Quetta, Pakistan, near the Afghan border, on October 1, 2001. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images...

‘Spoilers’ in Afghan talks: Pakistan NSA in veiled dig at...

Pakistan’s national security adviser has criticised regional “spoilers” who he accuses of attempting to derail the Af...

The Kashmir outreach and the Afghan storm

Two years after its dramatic decision to reorganise Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), the Government appears to be rethinking some of the ob...

Where things stand for Afghanistan as Ghani visits US

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani begins a visit to the United States at a time when the Taliban is making huge advances across the country...

Imran Khan: Pakistan is ready to be a partner for peace in...

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, left, and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani attend a joint news conference at the presidential palac...