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Antonio Giustozzi and Silab Mangal
A RUSI interview with a Taliban faction leader reveals the prospects for reconciliation in Afghanistan and ongoing turmoil within the Taliban.
Fitriani, Randolf G S Cooper and Ron Matthews
Any decision by the UK to follow international trends towards the inclusion of women in ground close combat roles should be based on data
Dr. Antonio Giustozzi, Associate Fellow, RUSI
Daesh has established a foothold in Afghanistan, but its rivalry with the Taliban means its success is far from assured.
Shisheng Hu, Raffaello Pantucci, Ravi Sawhney and Emily Winterbotham
The politics of Afghanistan remain precarious. But if undertaken correctly, regional engagement by China and India can play a positive role in consolidating security and the economy
China is playing a positive role in Afghanistan, but needs to take a greater ownership and direction of the potential peace process. As a partner with positive relations in both Kabul and Islamabad, Beijing is well placed to play this role.
On 16 December RUSI and BAAG (the British and Irish Agencies Afghanistan Group) hosted a roundtable discussion on the impact of migration and development on Afghanistan.