The New Taliban government seems to push Afghanistan towards total isolation; What will happen if this condition persists

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Under the Taliban rule over Afghanistan, the country seems to be moving towards total isolation as the foreign relations have definitely taken a blow with the ‘Terror Democracy’ in effect.

International Isolation

The Taliban had recently announced their interim governmental functions and following this, the country is gradually marching towards international isolation. This has come up just after 3 weeks after the new government has been set up in the country.

The government will be headed by Mohammad Hasan Akhund who is a protégé of the late Taliban ideological chief Mullah Omar. Abdul Ghani Baradar, who played a key role in peace talks with the United States, will be Akhund’s deputy.

Internal government declared

The interior minister is Sirajuddin Haqqani.  His naming is of particular concern to India as the Haqqani network is considered an extension of the Pakistani establishment.

Though the Taliban government says to show compassion towards the people; many citizens of Afghan feel different. And as an aid; many world powers have come up with financial and medical support. India had also established talks with Afghan ‘officials’

A short furnace

With a lot of civil and social welfare at stake, the situation of Afghanistan is a muffled fire soon to be a furnace that the world nations should soon notice.

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