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US Taliban Doha Accord: A Compromise


  1. Muhammad Muzaffar
    Assistant Professor, epartment of Political Science and International Relations, GCWU, Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan
  2. Syed Tanveer Ali Shah
    Visiting Lecturer, Department of International Relations, Karakorum International University Gilgit, Pakistan
  3. Sidra Karamat
    Visiting Lecturer, Department of Political Science and International Relations, GCWU Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan


US Taliban Doha Accord: A Compromise This paper attempts to find out that the US peace agreement with the Taliban is a promising step, but is rife with ambiguities because the hasty peace deal reached in Doha on February 29 has undermined the Afghan government and avenged the US-Taliban's nefarious zero-sum game. It can change all that goes forward. However, it marks a significant breakthrough in the two adversaries nearly two-decade long conflict and a peaceful terrorism-free Afghanistan is the desire of everyone in the region. But the current environment in Afghanistan, in which the agreement signed, raises some questions in the minds of all strategists .Is it a compromise, or a doomed deal? All the stakeholders expressed hopes of peace returning to Afghanistan, but various dignitaries could not hide the apprehensions about the longevity of the deal as well as prospects for peace in the statements

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Ceasefire, Forces Withdrawal, Intra-Afghan Dialogue, Peace Accord


Article # 4
Volume # 1
Issue # 3

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DOI Number: 10.47205/jdss.2020(1-III)4
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