Erdogan Seeking to Use Relations With Taliban in Afghanistan to Bolster Turkey’s Regional Sway


Turkey sees influence in Afghanistan as a lynchpin for political and economic expansion in Central Asia and to prevent a fresh influx of refugees. That’s what Stefano Graziosi, a political analyst, and James Jay Carafano, the vice president of the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute, rightly stated in an article for the Heritage Foundation, a conservative U.S. think tank, on Wednesday. “Nature abhors a vacuum. So does Afghanistan.” Afghanistan is not the graveyard of empires. It is their crossroads. That remains true in this age of great power competition. The U.S. President Joe Biden’s abrupt withdrawal from the country…

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