Wednesday, January 11, 2023
Resurgence of IS and al-Qaeda in Afghanistan could pose threat to region. Taliban control of Kabul is proving a disaster for Pakistan's foreign policy. #Taliban #Pakistan #India
"KATHMANDU: Afghanistan is treading on a disastrous path that leads to a bleak future. In fact, it was predictable that Afghanistan would face a disaster within a year of Taliban rule.
Taliban militants seized the capital Kabul and major Afghan cities amid the abrupt and chaotic withdrawal of the U.S.-led international coalition forces in August 2021.
Taliban’s monopolization of power suggests that they are not prepared to convert themselves into a moderate political force or movement in Afghanistan. Their hollow promises perturbed the Afghans and the international aid dwindled to almost a trickle in one year of their rule.
This is evident that the Taliban militants do not possess the ability to govern the country both politically or economically but can only rule the country with their brutal repression, fear and widespread human rights abuses.
The Taliban seems to be eager to engage with the international community, mainly for their survival and recognition but without completely changing their behavior and policies. In fact, they have monopolized the power.
Taliban rule has undoubtedly provided a safe haven for global jihadist groups, regional terrorist outfits and criminal gangs. The group’s nexus with international terrorist groups, militant outfits, narcotics drug traffickers and criminal networks is growing each day.
The Taliban is likely to face several resists and multiple wars within the country in the next few months. Ethnic minority groups in Afghan’s North are intensifying their efforts to lunch an insurgency against Taliban militant rule.
Taliban’s ruling style has not only provided a transnational terrorist base but has also raised serious fear that such terrorist outfits could gain the capability on making international terrorist attacks."
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