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by Kim Brown
WASHINGTON (VOR)— Afghan President Hamid Karzai and his entire delegation have extended their current diplomatic mission to Pakistan so as to continue discussions with that government on how best to control the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Read more at : http://voicerussia.com/2013_08_28/Taliban-trouble-on-the-horizon-for-Karzai-Afghanistan-4214/
The Taliban’s establishment of a negotiating team is welcome, but don’t expect their ‘talk and fight’ strategy to end anytime soon.
U.S officials are trying to get peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government back on track after disputes over the opening of a Taliban office in Qatar last week.
1) what factors do you think have contributed the most to the resurgence of the Taliban? How?
- The exclusion of the Taliban Movement from the 2001 peace settlement and the persecution of members of the Movement in the immediate aftermath of the toppling of their regime.
- The ideological commitment of the supporters of the Taliban Movement and the
Reflections on Publication of Poetry of the Taliban, by Alex Strick and Felix Kuehn
“Evening, the twilight arrives slowly with its lap full of red flowers;
Pink rays are spreading over the blush of sky.”
“Mawlvi”, a veteran Taliban commander, shares insights into the movement’s thinking, relations with Pakistan and Hamid Karzai’s future, in this exclusive interview from behind Afghanistan’s “iron curtain”. more