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Feb 02, 2019
America's pursuit of a peace accord that won't offer peaceWashington is considering a complete withdrawal of US-led forces in exchange for the Taliban committing to direct talks with Afghan government for a ceasefire
Dec 26, 2018
Donald Trump's threatened Afghan pullout will revive Pakistan-Taliban terror nexus, be bad news for IndiaUS president Donald Trump on 21 December indicated his intent to reduce 7,000 US troops in Afghanistan alongside the total withdrawal of all 2,000 servicemen from Syria
Dec 24, 2018
US military says order to withdraw American troops from Syria signed; Donald Trump, Recep Erdogan agree to coordinate pulloutThe order to withdraw American troops from Syria has been signed, the US military said Sunday, after President Donald Trump and his Turkish counterpart agreed to prevent a power vacuum in the wake of the controversial move.
Dec 21, 2018
Day after withdrawal from Syria, Donald Trump decides to pull 'significant' number of troops from AfghanistanTrump made his decision on Tuesday, the same time he told the Pentagon he wanted to pull all US forces out of Syria. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis quit earlier on Thursday, saying his views were no longer reconcilable with Trump's.
Nov 23, 2018
Donald Trump hints at first visit to American troops in Afghanistan; says Washington strongly negotiating for peaceTrump also said the US is currently in "very, very strong negotiations" regarding Afghanistan. "We are talking about peace," he said, without explicitly confirming if those talks were directly with the Taliban.
Oct 21, 2018
India should keep close eye on Kabul as General Raziq's death gives ISI crucial role in stabilising AfghanistanThe growing strategic depth that the Taliban in Afghanistan has given to Pakistan's ISI would not be bartered away at any cost, that too at present when it expects greater concessions from Washington, which is willing to negotiate things out
Nov 23, 2013
Afghan spokesman rebuffs US troop deal deadlineAfghanistan's president on Friday rebuffed American demands that he sign a security pact allowing US forces to stay in the country for another decade, while the US defense secretary warns that planning for a post-2014 military presence may be jeopardised if the deal isn't finalised by the end of the year.