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April 25, 2023
America and the Taliban: Part Three
Part Three of “America and the Taliban” investigates how negotiations between the Trump administration and the Taliban unfolded, how the Taliban seized territory in Afghanistan and how it eventually took control of the Afghan capital of Kabul. The series conclusion also examines the legacy and toll of America’s longest war, and what the U.S. left behind when it withdrew — from hundreds of Afghans trying to board planes to safety, to women and girls facing restrictions and repression under Taliban rule. Dr. Jason Dempsey joins to discuss.
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