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Perspectives From Pakistan on Afghan Peace and Reconciliation 2

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Pak Institute for Peace Studies has released its 2nd quarterly monitor on Afghanistan titled “Perspectives from Pakistan on Afghan Peace and Reconciliation.” It is the outcome of comprehensive monitoring and analysis of the opinions of different segments of Pakistani society and state institutions on the emerging Afghan situation and covers the period from October to December 2021. Besides providing short term relief in the form of aid, Pakistan needs to encourage socio-economic and institutional stability of Afghanistan that comes from within Afghanistan. At the global level world bodies and governments need to devise a balance between sanctions and assistance, thereby neither turning blind eye to Afghanistan’s institutional crisis nor disowning Afghan citizenry. These are some of the findings of this monitoring report, which is expected to improve knowledge-base and awareness of key stakeholders on Pakistan’s Afghan perspective by demonstrating a critical review of varying viewpoints, positions, mainly around emerging events and developments in Afghanistan and their implications for Pakistan and the region.

Publisher: Pak Institute For Peace Studies (PIPS)