Despite tensions with the Trump administration, Pakistan has become an important intermediary in negotiations with the Taliban.
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The Taliban left Doha with an advantage and is now raising the pressure on the Afghan government.
The agreement with the Taliban calls for U.S. troops to withdraw entirely, but some conditions in the deal may prevent that.
The organization's leader was arrested, then his successor. Now it will try to regroup.
The deal signed in Doha is a major achievement, but will require rigorous enforcement of the terms to succeed.
With this U.N. Security Council vote, the U.S. has made good on a promise included in the peace agreement with the Taliban. But many are skeptical of the deal.
The U.S.-Taliban peace agreement technically conditions U.S. military withdrawal on the Taliban’s agreement to deny al-Qaeda the use of Afghanistan as a terrorist safe haven. But the agreement is lopsided.
The United States just made two different deals with the Taliban and the Afghan government. Can they be reconciled?
The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) on March 5 unanimously approved an investigation into alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan committed by the United States military, Afghan authorities and the Taliban. The prosecutor is authorized to investigate crimes alleged to have been committed in Afghanistan since May 1, 2003, as well as other alleged crimes linked to the Afghan conflict committed on the territory of other states party to the Rome Statute since July 1, 2002.
Tens of thousands of protesters are rallying against the Pakistani military's operations in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas.