War in Afghanistan has rumbled on, to varying degrees of intensity, for the last 20 years. President Biden said was the time to "end America's longest war", as he announced the withdrawal of all remaining US and NATO troops by September 11, 20 years to the day since that fateful day in 2001.
John Pienaar asks Dr Mills what he thinks the closing of this chapter in Afghanistan's history will mean for the future of the country.
The Brenthurst Foundation's Director, Dr Greg Mills, speaks to Times Radio's John Pienaar about the recent announcement of NATO's withdrawal from Afghanistan, following 20 years of bloody conflict.
15 April 2021
Greg Mills14 October 2021
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