اختلافات و دو دسته گی میان طالبان در مذاکرات صلح

Disagreements in Afghanistan peace talks

Hi!

In the current performance and policies in the country, there are not only two factions between the leaders of the Afghan government, but also between the Taliban. There is the case of Afghanistan.

For example, US President Donald Trump says that he will withdraw most of his troops from Afghanistan by the beginning of the Christian New Year. The continuation of Taliban attacks on cities and the non-severance of the Taliban group’s ties with al-Qaeda and ISIS should be reconsidered in the American commitment, especially the agreement that Mr. Khalilzad made with the Taliban.

As can be seen from the first days of Zalmai Khalilzad’s peace talks with the Taliban

The Pentagon has a different view of the Afghan peace process. Despite quick opposition and high concessions to the Taliban from Donald Trump and Khalilzad.

In my opinion, the White House is acting recklessly, but on the contrary, the Pentagon is trying to keep its commitments under the Security and Strategy Agreement with Afghanistan. This commitment can be seen in the last cooperation of the US Air Force with the Afghan security forces in the recent war in Helmand on 19 May 1399. I believe that Donald Trump, the current President of the United States, is not a far-sighted politician with experience in national and international affairs, but a populist and self-confident leader.

In my opinion, the US military now has a more strategic view of developments in Afghanistan, unlike the White House and the State Department. This view has prevented them from seeing any positive changes in the Taliban’s strategy and tactics so far. From this perspective, the Pentagon is likely to play a more constructive role in Afghanistan and the region than the US President, rather than the US President.