ISLAMABAD, June 28 (Reuters) – As the United States makes a
fresh attempt to start talks with the Taliban, competing visions
in Afghanistan and neighbouring Pakistan over what an eventual
peace process might look like have emerged as one of the biggest
Washington’s hopes of negotiating with the insurgents to
stabilise Afghanistan before most foreign troops leave by the
end of 2014 had appeared to achieve a breakthrough last week
when the Taliban opened an office in the Qatari capital Doha.