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Perspective – Preparing for the Consequences of Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Perspective – Preparing for the Consequences of Withdrawal from Afghanistan

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America’s longest war will come to a symbolic close by September 11th, 2021. Yet the departure of foreign troops does not signify an end to Afghanistan’s conflict. Intra-Afghan negotiations are still underway, fighting continues between Afghan security forces and the Taliban, and Afghan civilians nervously await the fate of their country. The Biden administration, with the realization that U.S. military presence is not the answer to achieving lasting peace in Afghanistan, has decided to make a clean break with previous strategy by implementing a non-conditions based withdrawal deadline. The withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan will have profound implications on the fate of Intra-Afghan Negotiations, governance and security, terrorism, regional dynamics, great power competition, human rights, humanitarian issues, and development, which the United States, along with its partners and allies, must be prepared to deal with.

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