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US Russia Arms Control
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US Russia Arms Control

FILE - In this June 16, 2021 file photo, President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, arrive to meet at the 'Villa la Grange', in Geneva, Switzerland. In their search for a new approach to arms control, Moscow and Washington are likely to soon encounter an old bugaboo: Russia's demand that the U.S. stop resisting limits on its missile defenses, which the Russians view as a long-term threat and the Americans see as a deterrent to war. It is likely to arise when U.S. and Russian officials open a “strategic stability” dialogue Wednesday in Geneva — talks meant to lay the groundwork for future arms control and to reduce the risk of nuclear war. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Afghanistan Taliban
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Afghanistan Taliban

FILE In this June 25, 2021 file photo, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is seated after his meeting with President Joe Biden in Washington. In an interview with The Associated Press Thursday, July 22, 2021, Suhail Shaheen, Afghan Taliban spokesman and a member of the Taliban negotiation team, said the insurgent movement does not want to monopolize power, but there won't be peace until there is a new, negotiated government in Kabul and Ghani is removed. Shaheen said women will be allowed to work, go to school, and participate in politics but will have to wear the hijab, or headscarf. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

Afghanistan Taliban
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Afghanistan Taliban

FILE - In this July 5, 202 file photo, an Afghan soldier plays a guitar that was left behind after the American military departed Bagram air base, in Parwan province north of Kabul, Afghanistan. In an interview with The Associated Press Thursday, July 22, 2021, Suhail Shaheen, Afghan Taliban spokesman and a member of the Taliban negotiation team, said the insurgent movement does not want to monopolize power, but there won't be peace until there is a new, negotiated government in Kabul and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is removed. Shaheen said women will be allowed to work, go to school, and participate in politics but will have to wear the hijab, or headscarf. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul, File)

Afghanistan Taliban
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Afghanistan Taliban

FILE - In this June 23, 2021 file photo, Afghan militiamen join Afghan defense and security forces during a gathering to mobilize local militias across the country to try to stem the tide of the latest Taliban gains, in Kabul, Afghanistan. In an interview with The Associated Press Thursday, July 22, 2021, Suhail Shaheen, Afghan Taliban spokesman and a member of the Taliban negotiation team, said the insurgent movement does not want to monopolize power, but there won't be peace until there is a new, negotiated government in Kabul and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is removed. Shaheen said women will be allowed to work, go to school, and participate in politics but will have to wear the hijab, or headscarf. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul, File)

Afghanistan Taliban
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Afghanistan Taliban

FILE - In this May 8, 2021 file photo, Afghan men try to identify bodies at a hospital after a deadly bomb explosion near a school west of Kabul, Afghanistan. In an interview with The Associated Press Thursday, July 22, 2021, Suhail Shaheen, Afghan Taliban spokesman and a member of the Taliban negotiation team, said the insurgent movement does not want to monopolize power, but there won't be peace until there is a new, negotiated government in Kabul and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is removed. Shaheen said women will be allowed to work, go to school, and participate in politics but will have to wear the hijab, or headscarf. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul, File)

Afghanistan Taliban
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Afghanistan Taliban

FILE - In this July 17, 2021 file photo, new Afghan Army Special Forces attend their graduation ceremony after a three-month training program at the Kabul Military Training Center, in Kabul, Afghanistan. In an interview with The Associated Press Thursday, July 22, 2021, Suhail Shaheen, Afghan Taliban spokesman and a member of the Taliban negotiation team, said the insurgent movement does not want to monopolize power, but there won't be peace until there is a new, negotiated government in Kabul and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is removed. Shaheen said women will be allowed to work, go to school, and participate in politics but will have to wear the hijab, or headscarf. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

Afghanistan Taliban
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Afghanistan Taliban

FILE - In this March 19, 2021 file photo, Suhail Shaheen, Afghan Taliban spokesman and a member of the negotiation team gestures while speaking during a joint news conference in Moscow, Russia. In an interview with The Associated Press Thursday, July 22, 2021, Shaheen said the insurgent movement does not want to monopolize power, but there won't be peace until there is a new, negotiated government in Kabul and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is removed. Shaheen said women will be allowed to work, go to school, and participate in politics but will have to wear the hijab, or headscarf. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, Pool, File)

Afghanistan Taliban
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Afghanistan Taliban

FILE - In this July 14, 2021 file photo, supporters of the Taliban carry their signature white flags after the Taliban said they seized the Afghan border town of Spin Boldaka across from the town of Chaman, Pakistan. In an interview with The Associated Press Thursday, July 22, 2021, Suhail Shaheen, Afghan Taliban spokesman and a member of the Taliban negotiation team, said the insurgent movement does not want to monopolize power, but there won't be peace until there is a new, negotiated government in Kabul and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is removed. Shaheen said women will be allowed to work, go to school, and participate in politics but will have to wear the hijab, or headscarf. (AP Photo/Tariq Achkzai, File)