Tag: Ashraf Ghani

Panjshir-Valley

Reflections On Events In Afghanistan (VI)

6. The untold secrets of Panjshir Valley Many Indian analysts are ecstatic that the Taliban’s goose is cooked, as Amrullah Saleh, deposed president Ashraf Ghani’s former deputy, is on the march to marshal an anti-Taliban resistance movement, a la the Northern Alliance of the late 1990s. The cold air of […]

Afghan army failed

Why Afghan National Army Failed?

The Taliban recaptured Afghanistan with the speed of light, especially the Kabul was one of the swiftest and peaceful. Although the US believed that it might take three months to enter Kabul. The Us has anticipated that finally, the Taliban will recapture the whole country, it was just a matter […]

Afghan army

Reflections On Events In Afghanistan

1. Collapse of the Afghan Army Social media reported that at the Kabul residence of the Afghan National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib who post-haste fled to Tajikistan on Saturday with President Ashraf Ghani, three Toyota Landcruiser SUVs were found stacked with American dollar bills. Mohib was the shadow king of […]

Taliban takes Kabul

The Taliban Take Kabul

It unfolded as a story of fleeing.  The Afghan president Ashraf Ghani, taking flight to Tajikistan, giving little clue of his intentions to colleagues.  The fleeing of the infamous Abdul Rashid Dostum, a warlord assured to to fight another day. The fleeing of tens of thousands of residents out of […]

UN Security Council meets about situation in Syria at UN Headquarters in New York City

Don’t Waste The Opportunity At UN SC

India’s thirty-day tenure through August as the president of the UN Security Council has got mired in needless controversy. The issue is about the “emergency meeting” regarding Afghanistan that India convened on Friday. According to Pakistan, it had made a “a formal request” for participation in the meeting but India […]

Three people in Afghanistan

Three Important Players In The Afghan Affairs

Three people in the picture are Zalmay Khalilzad, Sher Muhammad Abbas and Ashraf Ghani. In 1957 they were given American scholarship. Today one of them is the ambassador of the U.S. in Afghanistan, other is the Taliban head and the third is the president of Afghanistan. What a coincidence. The […]

Taliban scores a coup

The Taliban Scores A Coup

It threatened to disappear under the viral haze of COVID-19, but February 29 saw representatives from the US and Taliban, loftily acknowledged as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, sign the “Agreement for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan”.  After two decades of conflict, the agreement sets in motion the process that should […]