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Lapis Lazuli Corridor: A Gate on the Beijing-London Line

While the political activity in Afghanistan continues; It remains unclear who will complete the power gap in the country. All eyes are on China, which is trying to increase its influence in the country after the United States of America (USA). However, unlike the...

The Reality of the Rising Taliban in Afghanistan and China’s Expectations

In the 21st century, when the global power struggle has shifted from the Middle East to the Indo-Pacific geography, Afghanistan stands out as the main playground of the “New Great Game”. Because with the withdrawal of the United States of America (USA) from Afghanistan,...

Iran’s Role in the Afghan Peace Process

Afghan administration announced that Tahiryan has called a tripartite meeting to create regional cooperation between Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan after the meeting After the meeting of Afghan Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Hanif Atmar with the Special Representative of the Minister of Foreign Affairs...

The Return of the Taliban, the “New Afghanistan” and the “6+1 Platform”

The “Afghan problem” quite simply is in a critical phase and stands in front of us as a great mystery. What makes the problem so critical is that a civil war that may arise in the country has the potential to turn into a...

Pakistan-ASEAN Economic Integration: An Expert Opinion

Finally, Pakistan has successfully started its journey towards geo-economy by discarding genie of geopolitics. Actually it has opened new window of opportunity for Islamabad to establish bilateral or trilateral ties with ASEAN member countries in diverse sectors of economy, trade & commerce, joint venture,...

Turkey and The Withdrawal Process of USA from Afghanistan

Due to its geostrategic location, Afghanistan has been invaded throughout history and has become a theatre of war for great powers. In the last 20 years Afghanistan have witnessed the occupation of the United States of America (USA). As it is known; The "Endless...

Seeking Cooperation on the Islamabad-Washington Line

While the United States of America (USA) implements its decision to withdraw from Afghanistan; It is not willing to allow developments that will pave a way for a space for actors such as Russia and China in the region. In this framework, the Washington...

The Regional Effect of the US Withdrawal from Afghanistan

The apparent purpose of the United States of America (USA), which interfered in Afghanistan in 2001, was to fight the terrorist organization Al Qaeda and took down Taliban Administration that support Al Qaeda. In this process, the USA entered Central Asia which is considered...

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