Taliban security forces arrive as Afghan women march during a demonstration after a suicide bomb attack at the Dasht-e-Barchi learning centre in Kabul on October 1. Under Taliban rule, Afghanistan’s future remains uncertain. Photo: AFP
Taliban security forces arrive as Afghan women march during a demonstration after a suicide bomb attack at the Dasht-e-Barchi learning centre in Kabul on October 1. Under Taliban rule, Afghanistan’s future remains uncertain. Photo: AFP
Yun Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Yun Sun

Why China hesitates to invest in Afghanistan or recognise the Taliban

  • China has embarked upon a policy of regional and multilateral engagement with the Afghan Taliban government
  • But as long as Uygur militants shelter in Afghanistan and the country’s future remains unstable, Beijing will remain cautious

Taliban security forces arrive as Afghan women march during a demonstration after a suicide bomb attack at the Dasht-e-Barchi learning centre in Kabul on October 1. Under Taliban rule, Afghanistan’s future remains uncertain. Photo: AFP
Taliban security forces arrive as Afghan women march during a demonstration after a suicide bomb attack at the Dasht-e-Barchi learning centre in Kabul on October 1. Under Taliban rule, Afghanistan’s future remains uncertain. Photo: AFP
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