Op-Ed: From Bad to Worse: Afghanistan’s Approaching Apocalypse
Photo Credit: U.S. National Archives & DVIDS By Yan GrafContributing Writer There is another crisis brewing in Afghanistan. Although Western media coverage of Afghanistan has declined following the complete withdrawal of U.S. troops at the end of August, that does not imply that the situation is improving. The newly reinstalled Taliban faces two related crises…
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