By Federico Borello

Following a week of reduced violence, with as much as an 80 percent drop in major attacks, fighting quickly resumed in Afghanistan. Having recently been in Kabul, I observed the countless ways that years of fighting have impacted the lives of individuals who want peace. Resumed violence so soon after the U.S. and the Taliban signed a peace agreement does not bode well for hopes the deal might pave the way for an end to over 40 years of nearly constant conflict in Afghanistan.

Read the full op-ed in The Hill.

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