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A deal that increases uncertainty
?29-Feb-2020: U.S.-Taliban agreement
?It leaves the most important issue unresolved: the
future relationship between the Afghan government
and the Taliban.
?All it does is to propose an intra-Afghan dialogue
between the Kabul government and the Taliban
scheduled to begin on March 10.
?Durable peace is doubtful.
?Major reason: inability of both to speak in one voice
?Disunity in Government: Ashraf Ghani vs Abdullah
Abdullah
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A deal that increases uncertainty
?29-Feb-2020: U.S.-Taliban agreement
?It leaves the most important issue unresolved: the
future relationship between the Afghan government
and the Taliban.
?All it does is to propose an intra-Afghan dialogue
between the Kabul government and the Taliban
scheduled to begin on March 10.
?Durable peace is doubtful.
?Major reason: inability of both to speak in one voice
?Disunity in Government: Ashraf Ghani vs Abdullah
Abdullah
Page 3


A deal that increases uncertainty
?29-Feb-2020: U.S.-Taliban agreement
?It leaves the most important issue unresolved: the
future relationship between the Afghan government
and the Taliban.
?All it does is to propose an intra-Afghan dialogue
between the Kabul government and the Taliban
scheduled to begin on March 10.
?Durable peace is doubtful.
?Major reason: inability of both to speak in one voice
?Disunity in Government: Ashraf Ghani vs Abdullah
Abdullah
?Ethnic fissures may descend into open conflict.
?Taliban: various regional and tribal groups acting
semi-autonomously
?Taliban has pledged not to allow any terrorist
organisation, such as al-Qaeda and the Islamic
State, to operate from the territory it controls.
?Mr. T rump’ s main goal was to demonstrate to his
domestic constituency that he was serious about
bringing American troops back home.
?U.S. and NATO troops timeline: withdraw within
14 months.
Page 4


A deal that increases uncertainty
?29-Feb-2020: U.S.-Taliban agreement
?It leaves the most important issue unresolved: the
future relationship between the Afghan government
and the Taliban.
?All it does is to propose an intra-Afghan dialogue
between the Kabul government and the Taliban
scheduled to begin on March 10.
?Durable peace is doubtful.
?Major reason: inability of both to speak in one voice
?Disunity in Government: Ashraf Ghani vs Abdullah
Abdullah
?Ethnic fissures may descend into open conflict.
?Taliban: various regional and tribal groups acting
semi-autonomously
?Taliban has pledged not to allow any terrorist
organisation, such as al-Qaeda and the Islamic
State, to operate from the territory it controls.
?Mr. T rump’ s main goal was to demonstrate to his
domestic constituency that he was serious about
bringing American troops back home.
?U.S. and NATO troops timeline: withdraw within
14 months.
Why India should be concerned
?India has a major stake in the stability of
Afghanistan.
?India has invested considerable resources in the
coun try’ s development.
?Taliban is widely believed to be a protégé of
Islamabad.
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A deal that increases uncertainty
?29-Feb-2020: U.S.-Taliban agreement
?It leaves the most important issue unresolved: the
future relationship between the Afghan government
and the Taliban.
?All it does is to propose an intra-Afghan dialogue
between the Kabul government and the Taliban
scheduled to begin on March 10.
?Durable peace is doubtful.
?Major reason: inability of both to speak in one voice
?Disunity in Government: Ashraf Ghani vs Abdullah
Abdullah
?Ethnic fissures may descend into open conflict.
?Taliban: various regional and tribal groups acting
semi-autonomously
?Taliban has pledged not to allow any terrorist
organisation, such as al-Qaeda and the Islamic
State, to operate from the territory it controls.
?Mr. T rump’ s main goal was to demonstrate to his
domestic constituency that he was serious about
bringing American troops back home.
?U.S. and NATO troops timeline: withdraw within
14 months.
Why India should be concerned
?India has a major stake in the stability of
Afghanistan.
?India has invested considerable resources in the
coun try’ s development.
?Taliban is widely believed to be a protégé of
Islamabad.
A big, bad deal
?Deal sets the stage for America to wind down the
longest war in its history.
?USA went to Afghanistan in October 2001, a few
weeks after the 9/11 terror attacks.
?By giving in to the T alib an’ s demand, the U.S. has
practically called into question the legitimacy of the
government it backs.
?The U.S., with some 14,000 troops in Afghanistan,
has committed to pull them out in a phased manner.
?Will Taliban respect civil liberties or accept the
Afghan Constitution?
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