One year after the fall of Kabul: The current situation in Afghanistan

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1) Pierre Micheletti, “L’Afghanistan vit une crise économique sans précédent et l’aide humanitaire y est entravée; L’aide internationale échappe aux sanctions contre le régime taliban. Elle est pourtant bloquée par ces mesures alors que le pays plonge dans la misère, dénonce Pierre Micheletti, le président d’Action contre la faim France, dans une tribune au Monde, Le Monde, le 17 Août 2022 (06h00);

2) Karl Rove, “The Afghanistan Withdrawal Debacle Didn’t Have to Happen; A new report shows military commanders and allies disagreed with Biden’s full exit,” The Wall Street Journal, August 17, 2022 (6:16 pm ET);

3) Colin P. Clarke, “What does Afghanistan look like a year later? (Opinion),” The Telegraph, August 17, 2022 (Updated 3:05 p.m);

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