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Afghanistan: two decades of Nato help leaves a failed and fractured state on the brink of civil war

By Natasha Lindstaedt, Professor, Department of Government, University of Essex
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Afghanistan is falling apart. With US and Nato troops leaving the country earlier than planned, experts are warning that the Taliban could take control of the country within six months. Currently the insurgents control the strategically important province of Helmand, and control or contest territory nearly every province in the war-torn…

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