Afghanistan’s Dueling Presidents Pose Risks for U.S. Efforts to End War with Taliban

Joseph B. Hash

For the previous five many years, President Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah, Afghanistan’s previous chief government officer, experienced teamed up as uneasy allies in an unity governing administration presiding more than a fractured nation.

Now they operate out of adjacent palaces, vying for influence and global legitimacy in a ability battle that threatens to torpedo the U.S.’s endeavours to extricate itself from a prolonged and high-priced-war in Afghanistan.

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