Quoted in South China Morning Post
Two years after the messy withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, the country continues to face severe challenges, including a humanitarian crisis and a security vacuum left by the Taliban's swift advance on Kabul. International aid has been suspended, exacerbating Afghanistan's food insecurity and economic struggles. Despite these ongoing issues, no major power, including China, has shown a desire to fill the void left by the US. The long-term consequences of the US troop pull-out are expected to be felt for years to come.
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