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Afghans' lives and livelihoods upended even more as US occupation ends

By Abdulkader Sinno, Associate Professor of Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies, Indiana University
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When the US invaded Afghanistan in late 2001, Afghans had endured 22 years of war. The Taliban were on the rise. Little has changed after an additional 20 years of war and suffering.

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