Davood Moradian is founder and director-general, Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies.
Despite investing significant amounts of financial, military and political resources, it has failed to contribute to Afghanistan’s stability and security.
India must come up with ideas and structures in the fields of development, politics, security and diplomacy. Similar to Iran’s tenacity and resolve in supporting the UN-recognised Syrian government, India can and should champion an inclusive, multifaceted and Kabul-centric peace process.
As Kabul begins to look Stalingrad in the Second World War, it's not clear whether the international coalition of democracies has the will and determination to take on the Islamo-fascists
Russia must rejoin the West to build a stable Afghanistan
Delhi and Kabul have failed to translate their enormous mutual trust into an effective strategic partnership.