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Afghan Peace Process: Prospects and Challenges
This research paper highlights the prospects and challenges in the ongoing peace efforts. America has taken the most important step to end the longest war in the history of America. America and the Taliban have signed the historic Peace Accord on 29 February 2020 in the capital city of Qatar. This time America decided to talk with the Taliban leaders directly without the presence of the Afghan government. All the world and regional actors welcomed the American move to talk with the Taliban and called this agreement a historic milestone in the history of Afghanistan. The people of Afghanistan are hopeful that peace in Afghanistan is not far away. Neighboring states Pakistan, India, Iran, China and Russia welcomed this Peace Process and determined to support the people of Afghanistan. These efforts for peace are encouraged and supported from everywhere but spoilers are also working to implement their agenda.
M. Phil. Scholar, Department of Political Science & International Relations, Government College University Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
Yeldaiz Fatima Shah
Ex-Chairperson/Visiting Faculty, Department of Pakistan Studies, Government College Women University Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Ghulam Mustafa
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science & International Relations, Government College University Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Peace Process, Taliban