Pakistan Sees Afghanistan Through India’s Lens

In this op-ed for TOLOnews, CIC Research Associate Said Sabir Ibrahimi argues that Pakistan has a crucial role to play in US-Afghanistan peace negotiations. 

"India’s presence in Afghanistan has triggered the feeling of encirclement for Pakistan but Kabul and Delhi have been cautious and have not entered greater security cooperation," he writes. "Undoubtedly, internal political dynamics are key to the success of peacemaking efforts in Afghanistan but the role of neighbors, in particular Pakistan’s policy toward the country, remains equally crucial." 

Read the full article at TOLOnews here.

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Dec 06, 2019
Said Sabir Ibrahimi