A US soldier points his gun towards an Afghan passenger at Kabul’s airport on Monday as thousands try to flee the Taliban’s feared hardline Islamist rule. Photo: AFP A US soldier points his gun towards an Afghan passenger at Kabul’s airport on Monday as thousands try to flee the Taliban’s feared hardline Islamist rule. Photo: AFP
A US soldier points his gun towards an Afghan passenger at Kabul’s airport on Monday as thousands try to flee the Taliban’s feared hardline Islamist rule. Photo: AFP
Afghanistan

What could Taiwan learn from the US withdrawal from Afghanistan?

  • The circumstances may differ, but some observers say that Washington will ultimately look after its own interest
  • Within weeks of American troops ending their mission in Afghanistan, the country has fallen to the Taliban

Topic |   Afghanistan
A US soldier points his gun towards an Afghan passenger at Kabul’s airport on Monday as thousands try to flee the Taliban’s feared hardline Islamist rule. Photo: AFP A US soldier points his gun towards an Afghan passenger at Kabul’s airport on Monday as thousands try to flee the Taliban’s feared hardline Islamist rule. Photo: AFP
A US soldier points his gun towards an Afghan passenger at Kabul’s airport on Monday as thousands try to flee the Taliban’s feared hardline Islamist rule. Photo: AFP
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