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Following the chaotic withdrawal of the United States and the departure of Western soldiers, many questions arise on the security situation in Afghanistan with potential implications for the activities of terrorist groups operating on the territory, first of all Al Qaeda and secondly the Islamic State.

There will be major repercussions for US and coalition counter-terrorism operations, would we have a Taliban government that will be compliant with terrorist groups or will they oppose, at least formally, their power?

After the rapid conquest of the country by the Taliban, a new future is emerging for the country with far-reaching consequences not only for the Afghans themselves but also for regional and international players.

At the same time, the new government of Kabul will have to address various issues related to governance and internal and international policies, all in a precarious social climate and an almost non-existent security framework.

With these assumptions, Analytica for intelligence and security studies organized a high-profile conference to give a voice to the many Afghan analysts working in international organizations.

We asked them, all experts on Afghanistan, to investigate issues ranging from security to governance and to discuss the implications of the evolution of the situation in the immediate and in the long term

THE AFGHANISTAN’S FUTURE – Analytica intelligence and security
Venerdì, 8 settembre · 3:00 – 5:00PM
Link to Google Meet:
or use this code: fwy-gwpk-jqn


Ibraheem Bahiss.
Expert of Afghanistan with the Crisis Group.
US over-the-horizon Counter Terrorism operations with a Taliban controlled Afghanistan.

Fazelminallah Qazizai,
Afghan journalist and coauthor of the Book “Night Letters: Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and the Afghan Islamists Who Changed the World”.
Taliban governance and policies, past experiences and forecasts.

Tam Hussein.
Investigative journalist and coauthor of the Book “To the Mountains: My Life in Jihad, from Algeria to Afghanistan”.
Terrorist groups and organisations in Afghanistan and links with the Taliban.

Omar Samad.
Former Afghan Ambassador to France and Canada and currently a Senior non-resident Fellow at the Atlantic Council. Key lessons learned about military intervention and nation building in Afghanistan



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