Financial hardship among Afghans surges amid an epic drought.
Many have their eyes on Donald Trump’s Twitter feed anticipating an announcement of a deal with the Taliban.
A bomb blast in western Pakistan may have targeted the Afghan Taliban leader Haibatullah Akhundzada.
It appears that it’s the beginning of the end of the U.S. presence in Afghanistan.
U.S. and Taliban officials are sticking to the same script, offering little information on the state of their peace negotiations.
Surprisingly, the Afghan Taliban did not take Pakistan’s side in the ongoing crisis in Kashmir.
Something curious is happening. Al-Qaeda leaders are being reported as dead or dying by U.S. officials as Washington closes in on a deal with the Afghan Taliban.
The Trump administration would like to secure a preliminary deal with the Taliban by September 1. But Afghanistan’s messy politics could get in the way.
Trump is keen on an exit from Afghanistan, but believes a residual intelligence presence is required to prevent another attack on the homeland.
Donald Trump wants out of Afghanistan, but Kabul’s messy politics may get in the way.