September 29, 2021

Afghanistan's Economy Has Worsened Since The Taliban Took Power

By Alex Zerden

Center for a New American Security Adjunct Senior Fellow Alex Zerden speaks to NPR about Afghanistan's struggling economy under Taliban rule.

Listen to the full conversation from NPR.

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