Key politicians with background of anti-Taliban or anti-Soviet resistance are converging in their areas of influence to mobilise forces for a likely face-off with the marching Taliban. But rights groups fear such militias could become abusive force.
The incoming president should make America's longest war his first foreign policy priority.
The Saudi-Iran feud risks spilling over into Afghanistan as both countries push for greater influence with competing groups in the war-torn country.
The attacks mark a major escalation in a decades-old conflict in the country's northern region, where several groups are fighting for greater autonomy for ethnic minorities.
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Afghan politics has always been a complicated and ruthless affair, yet Karzai has withstood the turbulence like no leader before him.
India’s reluctance to engage with the Taliban not only jeopardises its long-term interests in Afghanistan but also puts it at odds with the international community
Pakistan has tried to remain neutral as Syria, Yemen and the Saudi-led blockade of Qatar have inflamed tensions in the Middle East. Pakistan is now finding out it may no longer be able to sit on the sidelines.
Every major stakeholder in Afghanistan is now open to talking to the Taliban. But who exactly is 'the Taliban'?
Blast occurred as senior government officials, political leaders and supporters were leaving the airport after welcoming home Afghan Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum from exile.
Remembering Ahmad Shah Massoud's predictions for Afghanistan, Pakistan and the brutality that would come from groups like Al Qaeda and eventually, Daesh.
Hekmatyar, whose forces bombarded Kabul ruthlessly during the 1990s civil war, said he was on a mission to "rescue" Afghanistan.
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