The Taliban took over the Afghan capital Kabul two weeks ago but is confronting an economic crisis that could spiral into a humanitarian disaster. Photo: AP The Taliban took over the Afghan capital Kabul two weeks ago but is confronting an economic crisis that could spiral into a humanitarian disaster. Photo: AP
The Taliban took over the Afghan capital Kabul two weeks ago but is confronting an economic crisis that could spiral into a humanitarian disaster. Photo: AP

How China and the US could talk to the Taliban together

  • The two countries make common cause in preventing Afghanistan from descending into extremism, analysts say
  • But there’s one big issue standing in the way

Topic |   Afghanistan after the US withdrawal
The Taliban took over the Afghan capital Kabul two weeks ago but is confronting an economic crisis that could spiral into a humanitarian disaster. Photo: AP The Taliban took over the Afghan capital Kabul two weeks ago but is confronting an economic crisis that could spiral into a humanitarian disaster. Photo: AP
The Taliban took over the Afghan capital Kabul two weeks ago but is confronting an economic crisis that could spiral into a humanitarian disaster. Photo: AP
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