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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

In Afghanistan, the Endgame Demands a Difficult Balancing Act in a Region on Edge | New York Times

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Six days into negotiations that many expect will deliver a preliminary deal to end nearly two decades of United States military presence in Afghanistan, the last stretch is proving to be a difficult balancing act.

Most of the American and Taliban negotiators were stuck in talks late into the night Thursday in the Persian Gulf state of Qatar — but others, including the delegation leaders, were on the road in a region in turmoil, visiting other nations that could have some sway in the outcome.

For both sides, the challenge is to craft a face-saving resolution for all the vested interests that also sets a path for stability in Afghanistan.

Source: In Afghanistan, the Endgame Demands a Difficult Balancing Act in a Region on Edge | New York Times

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