Economic security of post-war Afghanistan
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ВЕРЕТИЛЬНИК , Александр. Экономическая безопасность послевоенного Афганистана. In: The Collection. : Economic security in the context of sustenable development, 17 decembrie 2021, Chisinau. Chişinău: ASEM, 2022, 2, pp. 89-95. ISBN 978-9975-155-73-1.
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The Collection.
2, 2022
Conferința "Economic security in the context of sustenable development"
Chisinau, Moldova, 17 decembrie 2021

Economic security of post-war Afghanistan

Экономическая безопасность послевоенного Афганистана

JEL: F51, G28, F52, H69, O19, F53

Pag. 89-95

Веретильник Александр
Щецинский университет
Disponibil în IBN: 15 aprilie 2022


In August 2021, the longest war in the history of the United States and NATO countries - the war in Afghanistan - ended. Western coalition soldiers fled Afghanistan, and the internationally recognized government led by President Ashraf Ghani surrendered, marking the victory of the ultra-conservative Islamic Taliban movement, which for 20 years offered armed resistance to foreign military presence in the country. In the territories occupied by the Taliban, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, which they created in 1996, was revived and Sharia law began to operate. This has been criticized by Western states and neighboring countries, which fear that a religious renaissance in Afghanistan will pose a threat to regional and international security. The Taliban-created interim government is now isolated in the international arena, leading to a rapid deterioration in the already difficult economic situation in Afghanistan. The author of the article analyzed the state of economic security of post-war Afghanistan and the prospects of the new Afghan government to find a way out of the economic crisis, which threatens more than 23 million inhabitants of this country with hunger.

Afghanistan, Taliban, economic security, international sanctions, West, UN, humanitarian aid