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Title: Afghan peace process: home grown solution holds the future
Authors: Fernando, Srimal
Shams, Jalal
Keywords: Taliban
Afghan Peace process
Afghanistan’s internal conflict
Issue Date: 22-Jun-2019
Publisher: Daily Outlook : Afganistan
Citation: Fernando, S., & Shams, J. (June 22, 2019). Afghan peace process: home grown solution holds the future.
Description: Since October 2018, the US and Taliban negotiators held six rounds of direct peace talks in Qatar’s capital Doha. Any Peace process has some key aspects which are vital for its success .In the present context, the Afghan Peace process provided an opportunity to keep Taliban engaged on matters of shared concern for ending Afghanistan’s internal conflict that undermine stability. There are some positive signs of a breakthrough in the stalled peace process in creating opportunities for conflict containment.
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