In the fall of 2010, U.S. officials secretly met a young Taliban representative outside the southern German city of Munich.
Tayyib Agha, a member of the militant group’s political wing, presented the U.S. diplomats with a road map for a negotiated end to the war.
It was not the United States’ first contact with the Taliban…
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