For Afghanistan, 2021 was interspersed by the mayhem of a US withdrawal and a questionable next section. The Taliban, who were unseated as the country’s rulers by a US-drove alliance later the 9/11 assaults 20 years prior, couldn’t be halted by a falling Afghan military and Western-upheld government that escaped. They immediately took power back in mid-August-asked, The Associated Press has uncovered, by previous President Hamid Karzai to assist with holding Kabul back from falling into tumult and lethal brutality.
Four months into Taliban rule, Afghanistan is confronting an approaching monetary emergency and philanthropic disaster. Billions of dollars of the country’s resources abroad, for the most part in the U.S., have been frozen and global financing to the nation has stopped.
The world is holding up prior to stretching out any conventional acknowledgment to the new rulers in Kabul, watchful the Taliban could force a comparatively brutal system as when they were in power 20 years prior in spite of their affirmations to the contrary.For occurrence, young ladies are not permitted to go to secondary school in many regions, and however ladies have gotten back to their occupations in a large part of the medical care area, numerous female government employees have been banned from coming to work.
Notwithstanding, security has worked on under the Taliban, following their crackdown on wrongdoing, and philanthropic associations say they would now be able to arrive at parts of the country that were already off limits regions.
Here, Associated Press correspondents who covered the Taliban’s lightning clear the nation over and the resulting aftermath consider the story and their own experiences.This last year has been an especially wild one. It started truly with the declaration by President (Joe) Biden that the remainder of the U.S. fighters and NATO’s troopers would leave Afghanistan, yet I don’t know that anybody imagined that it would bring about such mayhem and such genuine hopelessness for so many. …Indeed, even Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, I believe, was truly overwhelmed that the Americans were leaving, that NATO would leave. I don’t believe that he at any point felt that they would really. Undoubtedly, we talked at the opportunity to many individuals inside the military, individuals inside the public authority who were truly astounded at the declaration. Despite the fact that the U.S. had been conversing with the Taliban, had arranged the understanding, had said that as of May first, they would start this withdrawal, there truly was a conviction among numerous Afghans that it would not occur.
Indeed, even before the Taliban took power, in 2018 there was a Gallup study, and it showed that scarcely 2% of the populace had any confidence in their future in the following five years. Also that was a very long time before the Taliban took power. So the foundation was at that point there. Individuals were exceptionally baffled. The neediness level was very high as of now. There were not many positions for individuals. Individuals felt truly deterred with the eventual fate of their country.