Afghans crowd the tarmac at Kabul airport on Monday as they seek to flee the country after the Taliban took control. Photo: AFP Afghans crowd the tarmac at Kabul airport on Monday as they seek to flee the country after the Taliban took control. Photo: AFP
Afghans crowd the tarmac at Kabul airport on Monday as they seek to flee the country after the Taliban took control. Photo: AFP
Brabim Karki
Opinion

Opinion

Brabim Karki

How the Taliban’s victory in Afghanistan raises the terrorism threat across South Asia

  • Reports show the Taliban are sheltering al-Qaeda affiliates and commanders, with a real danger of a swell in terrorist activity beyond the country
  • Surging radicalisation and space for Pan-Islamic terror groups stretching across the region could also threaten China

Afghans crowd the tarmac at Kabul airport on Monday as they seek to flee the country after the Taliban took control. Photo: AFP Afghans crowd the tarmac at Kabul airport on Monday as they seek to flee the country after the Taliban took control. Photo: AFP
Afghans crowd the tarmac at Kabul airport on Monday as they seek to flee the country after the Taliban took control. Photo: AFP
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