Foreign devils on the road to Afghanistan
On March 7, the western powers huddled together in Paris for a restricted meeting on Taliban and the Afghanistan situation.
Doing business with Taliban Govt
In no time after the retreat from Afghanistan, NATO is already immersed in another proxy war in Europe, and the alliance, at U.S. behest, is lurching toward the Arctic to counter Russia and China’s “big plans for the polar region.”
Afghanistan and Xinjiang
I find the best way to understand what happened in Xinjiang is to contrast it with Afghanistan.
China’s diplomacy on a roll in Kabul
Last Thursday, the Acting Foreign Minister of the Taliban interim government Amir Khan Muttaqi made a stunning remark to greet the visiting Chinese Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Kabul when he said, “This is the most important high-level delegation received by Afghanistan.”
Create two, three, many Saigons. That is the watchword: The Thirty-Third Newsletter (2021)
On Sunday, 15 August, Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani fled his country for Uzbekistan. He left behind a capital city, Kabul, which had already fallen into the hands of the advancing Taliban forces.
U.S. defeat in Afghanistan—A contrast with the Soviet experience
As`ad AbuKhalil says Western media never regarded the U.S. involvement for what it really was.