America And Taliban Agreement Hindi

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Retaliation against al-Qaeda and its Taliban allies was the catalyst for the US invasion. But it is a twilight sense of futility that perhaps manifests itself best in the US acceptance of relatively minor concessions by the Taliban in the deal that has fueled successive governments` efforts to find a way out. The agreement signed in Doha, Qatar, which followed more than a year of shutdown and launch negotiations and strikingly excluded the US-backed Afghan government, is not a final peace agreement, is riddled with ambiguities and could still dissipate. Even in the description of al-Qaeda in the agreement, the Taliban refused to accept the word “terrorist.” The language focuses on the Taliban`s commitment to prevent future attacks, not the regrets of the past. Lord…