The Last Days of the Afghan Republic

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It is difficult to overstate the chaos of August 2021 for many of those in Afghanistan, particularly those who had worked closely with the international community there. In a matter of days, U.S. troops withdrew from Afghanistan and an insurgency threw out a government the international community had spent 20 years and billions of dollars supporting. Noah Coburn discusses the ways in which the U.S. presence unevenly reshaped Afghan society.

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