Tag: state-building

Necessity of Inclusive Government in Afghanistan and Uncertain Future of Taliban

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Afghanistan affairs, stressing that the Taliban’s control over Afghanistan does not mean coming to power in the country, said: The Taliban’s difficult options after coming to power in Afghanistan are now in front of them and the group should use the closing window of negotiations with the leaders of political and ethnic-religious groups.

Failure of US Global Security Strategy

Strategic Council Online – Interview: A professor of the University of Tehran commenting about challenges of the US political-military strategy in the world said: After the Vietnam War, the US put a strategy on the agenda based on which it decided to arm its allies to ensure its security; but Washington’s decision to withdraw its troops from Iraq and Afghanistan seems to be a sign of the failure of that strategy.

Taliban Facing Difficult Test of State-Building

Strategic Council Online – Interview: An analyst of Afghanistan affairs, stating that the state-building in Afghanistan has many complexities, said: The Taliban are fighters and have been able to change equations through wars, but to run the country, they will need technocrats coming from different ethnic groups.

Prospects of the end of political crisis in Libya

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of Africa studies says the United Nations Secretary General’s proposal to send international observers to guarantee and monitor the ceasefire in Libya aims to expedite the process of state-building in that country.