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Afghanistan Abandonment 2021 by U S to Taliban will be Geopolitical Suicide

Paper No. 6766                                   Dated 16-Mar-2021

By Dr Subhash Kapila

“Geopolitical Suicide” would be the end-result of United States withdrawal of US Military Forces from Afghanistan by May01 2021, robbing United States of an irreplaceable vital “Strategic Perch’ which empowers United States to extend power and influence in turbulent Greater South West Asia expanse.

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Afghanistan 2021 Strategic Paradox for United States President Joe Biden

Paper No. 6753                   Dated 17- Feb-2021

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Afghanistan’s contextual geopolitical and security environment is a paradoxical challenge for new US President Hoe Biden which he inherits as a ‘legacy challenge’ from two decades of successive US Presidents sending confused signals of  US intent and resolve on Afghanistan’s security and stable future.

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Pakistan’s Objectives conflict with Peace efforts in Afghanistan

Paper No. 6726                                               Dated 6-Jan-2021

Dr. Manoj Kumar Mishra,

While Pakistan kept affirming its commitment to the ongoing exercise of Afghan peace talks, its proclivity towards meddling in the internal affairs of another neighboring sovereign country with an inevitable desire to shape political dynamics there, contradicts its obligations and questions its dedication towards the peace process.

Afghan Peace Process and Plausible Strategies under Biden Administration:

   Paper No. 6724                             Dated 4-Jan-2021

By Dr. Manoj Kumar Mishra,

Initial steps towards the peace process in Afghanistan were taken in mid-2018 with senior American officials secretly traveling to Doha to open talks with the Taliban. This breakthrough was geared up with the appointment of Zalmay Khalilzad as the US State Department’s special representative for Afghan reconciliation in September 2018. However, each round of talks, though starting out with some optimism, fizzled out, followed by enhanced insurgency and violence.

Afghanistan-Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement: Challenges for India

Paper No. 6722                   Dated 1-Jan-2021

By Vandana Mishra

Afghanstan: Challenges Before Joe Biden Administration

Paper No. 6713             Dated 19-Dec-2020                  

Guest Column By Dr. Manoj Kumar Mishra

 The Incoming Joe Biden's administration will have lesser options in dealing with the Afghan insurgency. It cannot choose to go offensive despite the fact that the peace table has not registered any notable progress thus far and insurgency continues unabated. 

Afghanistan and India 2020 Emerging Perspectives

Paper No. 6694                         Dated 21-Oct-2020
By Dr Subhash Kapila
Afghanistan in 2020 is at critical crossroads arising from uncertainties in wake of US-Taliban Doha Accords impelled by US political expediencies. However, one glimmering certainty is India’s continuing commitment to Afghanistan’s secure and stable future.
 

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