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December 8, 2012 3:03 PM

Afghanistan peace plan would increase Pakistan’s role

The Afghan government is pursuing an ambitious new peace initiative in which Pakistan would replace the United States in arranging direct talks between the warring sides and the Taliban would be granted government posts that effectively could cede to them political control of their southern and eastern strongholds.

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