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Cover Story: How the Taliban’s Return Shakes Up Central Asia

2021年08月25日 15:42 来源于 财新网
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China has a unique role to play in the transition as it is the least controversial among external powers involved in Afghanistan, experts say
A woman cries at a meeting that urges international society to help Afghan women on Wednesday.

Because of Afghanistan’s geographic location, the situation there always has far-reaching implications. With the accelerated withdrawal of the United States and other foreign troops and the Taliban’s lightning offensive to take over most of the country, Afghanistan’s neighbors including China, Russia, Iran, Pakistan and India have all started making moves, reshaping the region’s geopolitical landscape.

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