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U.S. Needs China’s Help in Afghanistan


Successive attacks by suicide bombers in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Aug. 26 left at least 180 dead and 155 injured. Thirteen American soldiers were among those killed, and 18 others were wounded. The attacks showed that conditions in Afghanistan are far from stable after the Taliban regained control. And they serve as a warning to the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden. Even if Washington wants to restart major-power competition, the U.S. will need to cooperate with other countries when it comes to Afghanistan — especially China, its close neighbor. Continue Reading


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