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The paradoxical deal of US, Taliban and the Afghan government

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After two decades of war against terrorism and the Taliban, the United States of America and its allies have signed a landmark deal with the Taliban in order to diminish the Taliban’s antagonism against civilian and anti-US atrocities to end at once the past decades of war in Afghanistan. Zalmay Khalilzad the US special representative of the Afghanistan reconciliation peace process signed the agreement with the chief committee of Taliban “Mullah Abdul Ghani brother” in Qatar, Doha on 29 February 2020. Recently, the former chief advisor of the national security council of America John Bolton claimed in his controversial book “the room where it happened”; cited that, trump opposed to continuing US military presence in Afghanistan because he had campaigned to end “ the Endless Wars” in faraway distanced unattached to US geography. This deal brings hope, peace, and security to Afghans through which there will be prosperous modern and educated Afghanistan.

Contrary to Afghans’ hope, the US and Taliban are the focal points of the agreement regardless of the Afghan legitimate government. Realistically viewing, there is no room for the Afghan government and it seems “paradoxical and ambiguous deal” to every rational thinker who knows about Afghanistan. This........

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