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Toward a Sustainable Peace in Afghanistan: Part II | World Politics Review

With the clock winding down on America’s military presence in Afghanistan, and with it Washington’s leverage, U.S. diplomatic efforts should now focus on both encouraging regional countries to commit to such a policy of noninterference and devising the institutional means required to ensure compliance. Such an agreement will not only facilitate intra-Afghan reconciliation, but also provide a major piece in the larger puzzle of regional cooperation needed to establish stability in Afghanistan.

Shehzad H. Qazi is a research associate at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding.

For more on this story, visit: WPR Article | Toward a Sustainable Peace in Afghanistan: Part II.

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