Pakistan Afghanistan Relations
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Given the dynamics at play, India is reduced to a mute spectator as are the other neighbouring countries like Iran, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan who have their own sovereign, sectarian, ethnic and strategic interests at stake, with the evolving narrative
Imran Khan vows to help stem bloodshed in Afghanistan by pushing for ceasefire between Taliban, Afghan forces
The Pakistan prime minister's maiden visit to Kabul comes amid surging violence across Afghanistan that has worsened despite Afghan government negotiators and the Taliban launching peace talks in the Qatari capital Doha in September
Latest Pentagon report on Afghanistan takes forward Donald Trump's 2017 strategy, outlines role for India
The Pentagon's new report to Congress, titled Enhancing Security and Stability in Afghanistan is clear in its objective, its strategy, and what it expects from countries involved in language that is only mildly diplomatic
Pakistan PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi to visit Afghanistan tomorrow, will discuss ways to facilitate talks with Taliban
Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will travel to Afghanistan on Friday on a day-long visit during which he is likely discuss a range of issues
Islamabad and Kabul have decided to resume talks at a high level by convening a meeting of Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Economic Commission (JEC) next month
Pakistan has strongly condemned the massive blast which tore through Kabul's diplomatic enclave killing at least 80 people and leaving hundreds, including women and children, injured.
A former Pakistani minister has alleged that India was a main hurdle in normalisation of Pakistan-Afghanistan relations, the media reported on Wednesday
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who extended his stay here by another day, will hold their second round of talks in the picturesque hill station of Murree during which "core and much harder issues" are likely to be discussed.