Titanic challenges after a month since Taliban takeover

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A regional approach to bringing a measure of stability to Afghanistan and the role of security organizations like the SCO. How feasible is it to bring stability to Afghanistan? For more on this, Tian Wei spoke to a panel: in Kabul, Zmaryalai Abasin, an Afghan reporter; in Moscow, Pavel Felgenhauer, a Russian defense analyst; in Beijing, Hua Liming, a former Chinese ambassador to Iran. Also in Beijing, He Wenping, a professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

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