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Outstayed welcome? Hamid Karzai, Former president of Afghanistan

With the US’ decision to pull out its troops first from Afghanistan and now, from Iraq, the era of 9/11 has abruptly come to an end. Terrorism is no longer listed among the top threats to the United States, although it claims more lives around the world than it did 20 years ago. So, what have the past two decades meant for the people on the frontline of the war on terror? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Hamid Karzai, the former president of Afghanistan.

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