ON AFGHANISTAN | Despite the ‘peace process’, Afghanistan’s anguish endures

June 3, 2020

A security forces member and health worker carry babies from the site of the attack on the maternity wing of a Kabul hospital on 12 May. Photograph: Xinhua/Rex/Shutterstock

US engagement has helped Trump but done little for Afghan civilians, as the brutal attack on a maternity hospital shows, says analyst Kate Clark […]

Source: The Guardian Newspaper, Opinion, Despite the ‘peace process’, Afghanistan’s anguish endures | Kate Clark

 Kate Clark is a co-director of the Afghanistan Analysts Network, a Kabul-based research organisation, and has worked on or in Afghanistan for 20 years.

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