About 20 years ago, on 9/11, the world witnessed the attack on the Twin Towers in real time, and it was there that the Afghan War began that would become the longest and most costly Afghan war for the United States. Fight against the al-Qaeda group that claimed responsibility for the attack in New York.
Since the US military intervention and invasion of Afghanistan, the country has gone through many political changes. The most recent was when Joe Biden, the president of the United States, announced the complete withdrawal of American forces from Afghan soil. A few days later, the Taliban, an ultra-conservative group, rose up and regained political power in Afghanistan.
In this episode of CNN WorldLouurival Sant’Anna provides an analysis of the political implications in Afghanistan, from the 20 years of the 9/11 attack, to his trip to Afghanistan and the close account of the Taliban’s seizure of political power.
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