Afghan soldiers take part in a clean-up operation against Taliban militants in eastern Laghman province, Afghanistan, on Monday. Photo: Xinhua Afghan soldiers take part in a clean-up operation against Taliban militants in eastern Laghman province, Afghanistan, on Monday. Photo: Xinhua
Afghan soldiers take part in a clean-up operation against Taliban militants in eastern Laghman province, Afghanistan, on Monday. Photo: Xinhua
Shyam Tekwani
Opinion

Opinion

Shyam Tekwani

Pakistan can help win peace in Afghanistan, but only once it’s stable and secure itself

  • Prime Minister Imran Khan’s road map for peace in neighbouring Afghanistan deserves praise, not least for what it cautions against
  • But Pakistan, with its separatist tensions, dismal human rights record and blind eye to the actions of ally China, needs to set its own house in order first

Afghan soldiers take part in a clean-up operation against Taliban militants in eastern Laghman province, Afghanistan, on Monday. Photo: Xinhua Afghan soldiers take part in a clean-up operation against Taliban militants in eastern Laghman province, Afghanistan, on Monday. Photo: Xinhua
Afghan soldiers take part in a clean-up operation against Taliban militants in eastern Laghman province, Afghanistan, on Monday. Photo: Xinhua
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