Workers at a beauty salon strip large images of women off the wall in Kabul on August 15 following news that the Taliban had swept into the Afghan capital. Photo: Kyodo Workers at a beauty salon strip large images of women off the wall in Kabul on August 15 following news that the Taliban had swept into the Afghan capital. Photo: Kyodo
Workers at a beauty salon strip large images of women off the wall in Kabul on August 15 following news that the Taliban had swept into the Afghan capital. Photo: Kyodo
Adnan Aamir
Opinion

Opinion

Adnan Aamir

Badly needed peace or more terrorism: how the Afghan Taliban will shape Pakistan’s future

  • If the Afghan Taliban makes good on its pledge to not allow anyone to use Afghanistan as a base for attacks against other countries, peace could emerge in Pakistan
  • If it backtracks and supports Islamist militancy, though, that could represent an existential threat to the government in Islamabad

Workers at a beauty salon strip large images of women off the wall in Kabul on August 15 following news that the Taliban had swept into the Afghan capital. Photo: Kyodo Workers at a beauty salon strip large images of women off the wall in Kabul on August 15 following news that the Taliban had swept into the Afghan capital. Photo: Kyodo
Workers at a beauty salon strip large images of women off the wall in Kabul on August 15 following news that the Taliban had swept into the Afghan capital. Photo: Kyodo
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