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What’s Next for Afghanistan Peace Talks?

What’s Next for Afghanistan Peace Talks?

Hudson Institute hosted a discussion on the status and future of the Afghan peace talks. Panelists included Atlantic Council Senior Fellow Javid Ahmad, Hudson Institute Director of South and Central Asia Ambassador Husain Haqqani, American Academy of Diplomacy President Ambassador Ronald Neumann, and Foundation for Defense of Democracies Senior Fellow Bill Roggio.

The panel explored the history and inherent problems of the Afghanistan peace negotiations, the recent stall in peace talks, the objectives of the parties involved —including the goals of Pakistan, Iran, China, and Russia—and the prospect of a final settlement to end 40 years of war in Afghanistan.

NOTE: This event is open to the press. All members of the media should RSVP to [email protected]

Speakers

Javid Ahmad

Senior Fellow, South Asia Center, Atlantic Council

Ambassador Husain Haqqani Moderator

Director, South and Central Asia program, Hudson Institute

Ambassador Ronald Neumann

President, American Academy of Diplomacy & Former US Ambassador to Afghanistan

Bill Roggio

Senior Fellow and Editor, Long War Journal, Foundation for Defense of Democracies

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