Sharing an exhaustive interview of mine by Global Review (Germany) about the Afghanistan Crisis, Strategic Context since 9/11 attack, Global and Regional implications, strategic analysis of stakeholders, relation with invasion of Iraq, Conspiracy theory (MIHOP and LIHOP), Petersberg Conference, Rumsfield Old and New Europe theory, Roles of China, Pakistan and India in Afghanistan and lessons … Continue reading LESSONS FROM 9 11-INTERVIEW WITH INDIAN GENERAL (RET.) ASTHANA:“MILITARY POWER BY ITSELF CAN’T ELIMINATE WAHABI IDEOLOGY“ „THE THEORY OF GOOD AND BAD TERRORIST IS FLAWED“
Sharing an updated analysis of mine on the subject as on August 15,2021. The related analysis published earlier in various international and national e-publications/newspapers are referred in URLs placed below. As Taliban enters the Presidential Palace in Kabul, and President and Vice President fly out from Afghanistan, the country witnesses a complete surrender by Afghan … Continue reading Why Strategies of Stakeholders in ‘Graveyard of Empires’ Failed against Taliban/Pakistan Nexus?
Sharing an analysis of mine on the subject published in the print Sunday edition of The Sunday Guardian. The readable text of print edition is reproduced below. The URL is att below the text. https://www.sundayguardianlive.com/opinion/afghanistan-2020-dilemma-stakeholder Afghanistan in 2020: A dilemma for All Stake Holders!! Taliban’s offensive against the capital of Helmand Province amidst Intra - … Continue reading Afghanistan in 2020: A dilemma for All Stake Holders!!
Sharing my analysis on the subject, as the Intra-Afghan have been delayed due to halt in release of remaining 320 Taliban prisoners, as few more countries shared the apprehensions of Afghan Government and public, that the prisoners in question had conducted serious violent attacks on Afghans and foreigners. This has also resulted in targeted attack … Continue reading Intra-Afghan Talks Delayed: What it Means for India?
The fact that despite UN Security Council backing the US-Taliban Peace Deal, the US Deputy Permanent Mission in UN acknowledged that the ongoing violence is not conducive to peace process last week. The New York Times had put up a positive headlines to say that the decision to release the prisoners by Afghan Government could help … Continue reading Looking beyond US-Taliban Peace Deal in Afghanistan