Biden and his hawks should pause to think where they’re trying to take the world, and consider an approach that could lead to compromise.
Afghanistan and Tajikistan share a 1,400-kilometer border. Recently, a war of words has erupted between Tajikistan’s President Emomali Rahmon and the Taliban government in Kabul. Rahmon censures the Taliban for the destabilization of Central Asia by the export of militant groups, while the Taliban leadership has accused Tajikistan’s government of interference.
The majority of the articles, essays and interviews selected for this two-part e-book were written in Afghanistan and in Iraq and/or before and after multiple visits to both countries.
Afghanistan’s US-run government was the world’s largest producer and exporter of opium, morphine, and the end-product, heroin. The great American-Afghan money machine has ground to a halt as its produce is secreted away in US real estate and Swiss banks.