Doha, Qatar – After months of negotiations in Qatar`s capital, U.S. and Taliban officials have signed an agreement to end the longest U.S.-led war in Afghanistan since 2001. But this trial decision comes at a price. Given that the process has resulted in a consocative agreement that protects the rights of both communities, but the fight against many of the underlying causes of conflict (for example). B police work, economic equality, etc.), peace remains fragile, sectarian tensions remain high and the institutions created by the agreement are barely operational, at best113.113 These concerns were expressed by many civil society participants during the negotiations113. as is. but their voices have been marginalized in favour of the priority that has been given to leaving men with arms. When Thiu, who had not even been informed of the secret negotiations, presented the draft new agreement, he was furious with Kissinger and Nixon (perfectly aware of South Vietnam`s negotiating position) and refused to accept them without substantial changes. He then gave several public radio speeches, saying that the proposed agreement was worse than it actually was. Hanoi was stunned because he believed he had been deceived by Kissinger in a propaganda tour.
On 26 October, Radio Hanoi provided important details on the draft agreement. As part of the agreement, the militants also agreed not to allow al Qaeda or any other extremist group to operate in the areas they control. Both sides were close to signing a peace deal in September, when Trump abruptly canceled talks after a Taliban attack killed a U.S. soldier. Sinn Fein was also influenced by its assessment of the future. On the one hand, their leaders thought they had learned most of what they could learn from the use of force. They also feared that they would not be able to maintain the IRA ceasefire much longer if they did not reach negotiations. But they also understood that by making significant concessions (for example. B abandoning their insistence that Britain renounce sovereignty over Northern Ireland and accept the principle of approval), they could turn the time in their favour by securing a union agreed by the ballot box.