One of the sources of the newspaper “Express Tribune” noted that the Taliban considered the visit to China as part of a program for the development of relations with other countries, both European and regional. However, the main issue on the agenda of the event was the task of restoring peace in Afghanistan and the prospect of resolving the conflict through negotiations.
Therefore, the issue of support of those or other initiatives requires a balancing of the interests of the Russian Federation in relations with other countries. Careful policy leads to the fact that the participants of local wars, understanding the decline in the US role in the region begin to seek other points of support, going beyond the paradigm where everything depended on US..Therefore, the Afghan MPs after the songs about the greatness of the United States, turned on the record about the greatness of Russia and China, and lobbyists reconciliation with the Taliban making frequent visits to Moscow and Beijing. The world really is changing before our eyes and the echo of these changes are audible even in a backwater like Afghanistan.
The Pentagon has failed to disclose up to thousands of air strikes the U.S. military carried out over several years in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan against militants in those countries, the Military Times reported on Sunday.
An interesting collection of color photographs of the war in Afghanistan in the 80s devoted mainly to the Limited contingent of Soviet troops in Afghanistan.
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In Afghanistan, the Taliban destroyed a convoy of Afghan security forces. Several armored vehicles were destroyed and several taken in the form of trophies. They also nearly killed the notorious General Dostum.
Though religion has always played a central role in the make-up of Pushtun identity, Pushtun nationalism (especially in the 20th century) was always a more secular and left-leaning phenomenon. It still is.
This nationalism’s modern manifestation was founded on the thoughts and actions of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (Bacha Khan) and expressed through such left-wing parties as National Awami Party (NAP), Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) and the Awami National Party (ANP).