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Business of all, care of none? Ahmad Wali Massoud, Former Afghan Ambassador to the United Kingdom

For decades, Afghanistan has been everybody’s business and no one’s responsibility. Other powers, big and small, pursued their own agendas there, with little regard for the country’s customs or aspirations. But now that the Taliban has upended the status quo, the question of Afghanistan’s trajectory and what it portends for the region as a whole is more pressing than ever. To try and answer this question, Oksana is joined by Ahmad Wali Massoud, former Afghan ambassador to the United Kingdom and younger brother of the late resistance leader Ahmad Shah Massoud.


Oksana Boyko @OksanaBoyko_RT
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