New Delhi must respond to the convergence of U.S.-Indian interests in Afghanistan’s future

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LONDON — The Tokyo Conference on Afghanistan (July 8) ended by adopting a declaration that echoed Indian concerns when it adopted a declaration recognizing that “the main threat to Afghanistan’s security and stability comes from terrorism and that this threat also endangers regional and international peace and security.” The donor countries made it clear that they are determined “never to allow Afghanistan to become a sanctuary for international terrorism again.” Just a few days back, underscoring its role as Afghanistan’s main economic partner, India hosted the Delhi Investment Summit on Afghanistan, where it called upon the private sector in the regional states to invest in…

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