Taliban in Focus: A 6-Month Forecast


    The political and social conditions in Afghanistan have shifted since the Taliban takeover following the US withdrawal. By every indication, it appears as though the Taliban are far more capable guerilla fighters than political administrators. Despite their apparent lack of experience, the Taliban is making a concerted effort to position itself as a legitimate player on the international stage. More so, the closure of America’s involvement in Afghanistan has only amplified Kabul’s place in the security architecture of central Asia. The manner in which the Taliban execute their political agenda will reverberate across the region and carry wide-reaching implications for neighbouring states such as Pakistan, China and Iran. 

    Alec Smith
    Alec Smith
    Alec Smith is a graduate of the MSC International Relations program of the University of Aberdeen and holds an LLB in Global Law from Tilburg University. He works in the private sector in field investigations and security.

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