About 20 years ago, on September 11, the world witnessed the real-time attack on the Twin Towers, and the Afghan war began as the longest and most costly war for the United States. Fighting against the Al Qaeda group responsible for the attack in New York.
The country has undergone several political changes since the US military intervention and occupation of Afghanistan. The most recent of these was when US President Joe Biden announced the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. A few days later, the Taliban, a radical conservative group, rose up and regained political power in Afghanistan.
In this chapter CNN World, Lourival Sant’Anna presents an analysis of the political implications in Afghanistan, from the 20 years since the September 11 attacks, to his trip to Afghanistan and a close report on the Taliban’s seizure of political power.
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