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Author : Zulfiqar Shah  |       .
Posted on : Friday, May 16, 2014      Read More
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What can be a climax of Afghanistan endgame? Inching towards stability or an anti-climax—one brow the fears, which are widely reported from this ill-fated land and the victim of most of the conflicting global interests of our times.

The changing of guards in Afghanistan after the too closer presidential elections, possibilities of some new trends in regional alliance after a major shift in the US-Iran relations, and the growing row between Russia, EU and US over the issue of Crimea are the major challenges that Afghanistan and its neighbors need to brush wise upon in the post ISAF withdrawal scenario. None, however, has reached the final resolution for an arrangement that provide a sustainable stability and peace in this mountainous land that may be equally acceptable to the majority of the concerned groups within Afghanistan and the international stakeholders.


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