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Causes and Consequences of the U.S. Failure in Afghanistan

Telos Zoom Discussion
September 18, 2021
4 pm to 6 pm U.S. Eastern time

With presentations from Telos editors Mark Kelly, Adrian Pabst, Marcia Pally, David Pan, and David Westbrook, the discussion covered various aspects of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan as well as its implications for the future of the region, the promotion of liberal democracy and human rights, and the influence of the United States and the West more generally.

A recording of the discussion has been made available on the Telos Press Podcast.

















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