Afghan peace talks: Is a breakthrough possible?

With Afghanistan still rocked by violence, talks between China, the US, Pakistan and the Afghan government seek to find a solution. But, with the Taliban on the outside will real progress be difficult to achieve? What are the prospects for peace in Afghanistan? And are talks themselves a breakthrough regardless of the outcome? Ye Hailin from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Mr. Omar Sharifi of the American Institute for Afghan Studies, and Michael Semple from Queen’s University Belfast join us for some in-depth discussion on the best way forward.

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