Michael O’Hanlon, senior researcher at the Brookings Institute, told CNBC “there is no cause for celebration,” adding that the current situation in Afghanistan is not as bad as it had predicted. after the Taliban came to power and the fall of Kabul. . Months later.
O’Hallon explained in an interview Wednesday night: “There haven’t been as many killings as I predicted in a country where the Taliban and the government have been around for so long… I expected a lot of revenge. On “The News with Shepard Smith.” “I must say, [it’s] Less bad than expected for a month under the Taliban regime.
Although there are reports of less violence in some areas, human feelings are worsening in the country. Foreign aid and food are running out and the United Nations has warned that a million children could starve.
O’Hanlon echoed the UN warning and pointed out to host Shepard Smith that the Afghan interim government is not inclusive and is made up entirely of extremist Taliban.
“No women, no modernists, no secularists, no reformers, no old government, so even though the apology promised by the Taliban at least keeps people alive, it really doesn’t hurt them.” Do not make a speech in the new country.