Afghanistan: Turkey’s Kabul Subcontract At A Glance


As questions loom over the details of Turkey’s role in a post United States Afghanistan, the country faces another challenge posed by refugees. The Kabul airport project is sure to place Turkish troops in harm’s way, adding that such a subcontract would be another “self-inflicted blow’’ to the country’s declining global standing. Last month, Ankara offered to assume the responsibility of running and protecting Kabul’s strategic Hamid Karzai Airport following the withdrawal of U.S. and NATO troops from the war-battered country. The move arrives as the Taliban is increasing hold over Afghanistan, prompting thousands of Afghans enter Turkey illegally via the…

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