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HAS Launches Dialogue with Civil Society on Peace Process

HAS Launches Dialogue with Civil Society on Peace Process

In the continuation of Dialogue series, the Heart of Asia Society convened a dialogue on the Afghan peace process with Afghan civil society members and students of universities. The two-hours
HAS Track 2 Dialogue Series 8th Session Discusses Afghan Peace Process Hiatus as US Policy Review Looms

HAS Track 2 Dialogue Series 8th Session Discusses Afghan Peace Process Hiatus as US Policy Review Looms

HAS in collaboration with Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies at the Doha Center hosted the 8th session of its flagship Track 2 dialogue among national and international foreign policy
OPED – The Right Way to Get the Region and the World Behind Afghan Peace

OPED – The Right Way to Get the Region and the World Behind Afghan Peace

by Jawed Ludin and Janan Mosazai The Afghan negotiations in Doha represent a pivotal moment for war-weary Afghanistan, the region that surrounds it, and the US-led international military alliance that has
Taliban Leader Mullah Beradar Speaks to HAS 7th Session of Track 2 Dialogue Series

Taliban Leader Mullah Beradar Speaks to HAS 7th Session of Track 2 Dialogue Series

The Heart of Asia Society (HAS) today hosted the 7th session of its flagship track 2 dialogue series on regional &international support for Afghan peace. Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund,
HAS and Pakistan’s Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) Hold Internal Dialogue

HAS and Pakistan’s Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) Hold Internal Dialogue

The Heart of Asia Society (HAS) held its first track 2 discussion with the Institute for Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) on 2 December. The virtual discussion covered the Afghanistan-Pakistan bilateral
HAS Track 2 Dialogue Series 6th Session:  Can Peace Talks Continue Amid Uptick in Violence?

HAS Track 2 Dialogue Series 6th Session: Can Peace Talks Continue Amid Uptick in Violence?

KABUL – One month into the Afghanistan Peace Negotiations (APN), which began in Doha on 12 September 2020, there is limited progress at the negotiating table and a serious deterioration