Former President Ashraf Ghani Blames the West for Afghanistan’s Debacle And Fiasco


Afghanistan enters the new year with multiple crises, Political, Social and Economic The scenario in Afghanistan in 2022 promises to be complicated. Just five months ago, the world witnessed the Taliban regaining power in Afghanistan, facing very little resistance characterized by an army marred by corruption, casualties and the difficulty of recruiting soldiers. Former President Ashraf Ghani fled Kabul, leaving the country to fend for itself as insurgents took advantage of the vacuum to re-establish an Emirate. The Doha Accords, also known as “the agreement to bring peace to Afghanistan”, set a date for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from…

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