By Usman Khan Aurakzai-Pakistan
On Wednesday, United States President Joe Biden announced the complete withdrawal of all American troops from Afghanistan by September 11, the twentieth anniversary of the attacks on New York and Washington that resulted in the US-led military invasion.
The Doha ceasefire agreement with the Taliban under President Donald Trump last year that committed the US to complete withdrawal by May 1, 2021.
The announcement has very controversial in US policy circles.Because of different reasons like
Observers are only want permanent comprehensive ceasefire. Some are thinking how US will facilitate the deal? Some are curious for regional peace and Taliban powers.
While on the anther side the Strong Afgan nation is thinking about to tackle their own hunger and make the nation again strengthen.Now the nation realized that they should think first about their National interest and make economic independ market. 
And Some observers have argued for a conditions-based withdrawal, contingent on securing adequate counterterrorism guarantees and a peace settlement between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Taliban. Assessments from US intelligence agencies in recent months found that a withdrawal in the absence of an intra-Afghan peace deal would likely lead to the collapse of the government in Kabul within a couple of years and the potential resurgence of al-Qaeda in the country.
However, Biden’s long opposition to “forever wars” has seen him unwilling to extend the exit timeline, as his administration shifts its focus towards emerging security challenges in East Asia.
Pakistan has been closely engaged with US in the Afghan peace process and facilitated the signing of the US-Taliban agreement and later the commencement of the intra-Afghan Afghanistan is one area where the Biden administration is still seeking Pakistan’s cooperation, although the erstwhile ally has lost salience for Washington in its broader strategic calculations.