New Delhi: On ‘The Gist‘, Heela Najibullah, peace researcher, author and humanitarian worker in Asia and Europe for a decade talks about the parallels of Afghanistan in 2021 and the country that saw her father, Former President Mohammad Najibullah Ahmadzai tortured and killed in 1996 as well as how the nation is poles apart from when the Taliban ruled. In conversation with StratNews Global Associate Editor Amitabh P. Revi, she analyses the withdrawal of foreign forces and what that means for the Afghan state and people, the role of the Taliban and Pakistan, talks in Doha being virtually non-existent currently, the Turkey conference being postponed, India’s policy and what future the women and youth see for their country.
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