The US-Taliban peace accord, signed in 2020, marked an important step in bringing peace to war-torn Afghanistan.
But what comes next? And how can negotiators continue their crucial work to build a lasting peace in a country where peace has long proved elusive?
Assessing Implementation of the 2020 US-Taliban Peace Accord, a new policy report from the Keough School of Global Affairs, reveals that negotiators can draw on four key lessons from other international accords as they continue with future talks. By assessing the progress made on last year’s agreement and sharing best practices from past accords, it provides a roadmap for creating sustainable peace.
The report is now available to download and read.