CEO Abdullah Abdullah (l) and President Ashraf Ghani share the task of rebuilding Afghanistan (photo: dpa)

Afghanistan's new leadership signals change and growing stability

The new unity government in Afghanistan, led by President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah, faces an enormous task of rebuilding a broken state. The leaders appear genuinely committed to making the power-sharing deal work to fight widespread corruption and improve regional relationships while creating a more stable investment climate that encourages private sector development, especially of the country’s vast mineral and natural resources. The departure of Hamid Karzai and the announcement of the unity government has provided fresh optimism that long-term stability is possible in Afghanistan.

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 Lisa Curtis
Stabilising Afghanistan also will require the Afghan government to reach out to countries like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates, which have influence with Pakistan and contacts with Taliban leaders
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