Can the U.S. and Afghan government find common ground in peace talks?

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With just days left before a deadline to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan, Washington is pushing for a peace deal between the Afghan government and the Taliban ending two decades of war.

The United States has circulated a proposal calling for Ashraf Ghani’s government to be replaced with an interim administration, something the Afghan leader opposes. So what’s the way forward? Former Afghan ambassador Omar Samad explains. Watch the whole discussion here:

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