Essential Geopolitics: The Taliban Peace Deal

MIN READFeb 19, 2020 | 18:27 GMT

In this episode of Stratfor's Essential geopolitics podcast, Stratfor Chief Security Officer Fred Burton speaks with Global Security Analyst Thomas Abi-Hanna. Their discussion centers on the known — and unknown — variables that could derail the latest U.S. effort toward a peace deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan. Those include regional groups, divides in Taliban itself and a fractured Afghan government.

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