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Professor Cristian BARNA
"We went to Afghanistan because of a horrific attack that happened 20 years ago. That cannot explain why we should remain there in 2021."
Joe Biden
11/08/2021 Free Readings Region: Central Asia Topic: Conflicts
Christopher M. DAVIDSON
With a new US presidency, an increasingly assertive Saudi crown prince, unprecedented Arab-Israeli peace agreements, and a particularly complex Saudi-Iran dynamic, British author Christopher Davidson shares his views on the current and future state of Middle East politics in the interview offered to Geostrategic Pulse magazine.
16/02/2021 Free Readings Region: Central Asia Topic: Asymmetrical Threats
Ambassador Professor Dumitru CHICAN
After 18 years of war, the USA and the Taliban insurgents decided to conclude an agreement that many analysts considered as having a historical dimension and significance. It is meant to pave the way for the withdrawal of the US and NATO troops, as well as for the start of a peace process between the insurgents and the government in Kabul led by the president Ashraf Ghani – who wasn’t present in Doha for the negotiations, as it is seen by the Islamist Taliban as a “US and Western puppet”.
11/03/2020 Free Readings Region: Central Asia Topic: Conflicts