Afghanistan | The end of an era in International Relations?
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The fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban appears to mark the end of an era in International Relations. After 20 years, it represents a crushing defeat for the United … .

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30 thoughts on “Afghanistan | The end of an era in International Relations? |DTYU7

  1. You seem to suggest that "a few thousand" western soldiers could have prevented the collapse of the "Afghan" govt. For how long? To what end?
    What has the International Community's involvement in Afgh, Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Libya, etc…… achieved with or without added troops?
    The "International Community" may seem like "our best choice" but it is a sick choice when it comes to weak or non-existent governments. The US has virtually never supported secular democracy in the Middle East and Central-South America, preferring armed dictators instead.
    Our leaders have never 'dropped universities' but continuously drops bombs costing billions, and contributing nothing.

  2. I thought the role Pakistan's ISI organisation would have been mentioned more as they are pretty instrumental in supporting the Taliban.
    No mention of the implications towards Taiwan, PR China and the USA.πŸ€”
    I appreciated the background and context you provided, thank you.

  3. Taliban buried the modern western civilization military might in Afghanistan.
    For the last 300 years this satanic civilization was unstoppable. Since WWII, this civilization killed more than 40 millions children, women and men.
    Taliban become the symbol of Resistance against this western oppressive civilization.
    There will no peace in the world untill western oppressive civilization exist.
    History is destined to move in particular direction and it will end in Jeroshalam by exposing the real actors.

  4. The new era begins, around the World the scaredy cats are clambering to recognise the terrorist regime, after all good old Biden and Co just handed a billion dollars worth of weapons etc for them, this IMP was all planned, this way the US etc will cower and say yes sir no sir to their new handlers, and to make them look good, the taleban will ask billions from every country who has their people working there, and being good little puppies, Biden etc will say how much do you want, oh and how many of your "people" do you want us to take in, we have the room, money so they can start anew Obamas dream of his own army

  5. It was always inevitable to democratize Afghanistan. Unless they set up massive infrastructure overhaul like they did in South Korea. US and NATO allies failed to rapidly hasten Afghanistan’s access to Western markets and accelerate industrialization. All those trillions for nothing.

  6. I think what we are seeing now would have happened even if the West have stayed for another 20 years. The west don't understand the culture and don't care to understand it, and encourage corruption by giving them tons of cash . We as Americans seems to think that our military is the answer to every problem in the world, most of them are by our own making.

  7. HELL ON EARTH – I feel sorry for the people overthere who mostly will live in peace. USA and EaU-Countries would not involve into Afganistan. Let these etnic groups solve their domestic politic by themselves. So it maybe better for the people. UN have to send lots of help for these people who try to flee and live along boarder. No powerful countries in the world can solve longterm conflict in this country. Chian maybe …can begin to help.

  8. $300 million a day for 20 years could have build a small town with decent housing, schools, universities and amenities, surrounded with villages with the same facilities in all the different districts of Afghanistan. That would have created a population invested in their well being and future aspirations for their children. If you look at Iran, Indonesia, Iraq and even some of the gulf states, the population does not want or support the Sharia law and oppression of the society, because every one of them, has aspirations for their children and future generations. But like the functional illiterates, psychopaths and white supremacist colonialist that the US and its European imperialist states are. They repeat the same old failed strategies, while expecting a different outcome. What do I mean, From Vietnam to every other imperialist adventures, including AFRICOM today, instead of going in with development (that is what the US did in Europe after WWII, Singapore, South Korea and what China is doing with the BRI), to build up human resources and development capacities to get the population to buy into their ideas as Europe, they see all these people through the lens of white supremacy, who don't deserve the same level development and dignity like the Europeans, they are only worth as a colonised population. So we would impose a chosen technocrat from their own people who has no support locally (Kaizai and Ghani) as viceroys to rule on their behalf, the viceroys in turn are corrupt with no local support and in the end they are toppled and the imperial project is always a waste of money and a failure, because a people fighting for their rights and homeland are always better motivated than the invaders and modern weapons and cost makes it almost impossible for any invading force to succeed unless they genocide the local population. So from Maximillian of Mexico, Vichy regime in France, Marcos in Philippines, Mobutu in DRC, Chalabi in Iraq, Kaizai and Ghani in Afghanistan, the results would always be the same if you try to impose a viceroy instead of taking the local people with you and fulfilling their dreams, like it was done for the Europeans after WWII, Singaporeans and Koreans. The west is not going to change their strategy, because like the Taliban, they are fundamentally white supremacist and that is why in the end they would lose, like all empires before them.

  9. If the international community likes it or not it’s their country, they have to live there and they have to choose how they want to do it! Foreign interference was and still is nothing else than a recipe for war!

  10. we never learn a lesson that we can't control by weapons' especially Afghanistan , this is truly a grave yard to empires. we are dealing with people that don't follow the religion and they act like they do. this is the kuarsmys land many confusion and many multicultural that was brought together by the English. Talban ward stands for students not fighters . but you can't put a price on ignorance and illiteracy they both is the biggest threats to modern society.

  11. Taliban took over their own country and the whole world went bersek, israel take other people country and whole world went silent,very disgusting indeed.for your information did taliban make virus? No so when ur talking about new world order just talk be honest with your self and talk about gates,Soros and fauji

  12. From 1979 to 1988 the United States and the Middle Eastern Nations supported the mujahideen with money and weapons through Pakistan and the Taliban was the continuation of Mujahideen in the 90's so please don't try to separate the two, American and middle eastern money created the Taliban.

  13. Kindly tell us in detail regarding Pakistani controll and involvement in the creation and victory of taliban…Pakistan role in all this because I believe it was very critical for taliban victory regarding how USA was getting cheated in the process

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