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An Afghan photojournalist, former politician, young musician, Nato interpreter, female filmmaker, and a student whose mother was assassinated, reveal the impact of war… as US troops pull out and the Taliban gains ground

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41 thoughts on “How the 20-year war changed Afghanistan | FT Film financial times”

  1. "Only three countries – Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – recognize the Taliban as the legitimate government in Kabul…"

  2. well I like that " Change starts with small things"
    So being not of Afghan
    any ordinary youngster
    >>What small things we could do at individual<<<
    >>something which might start changing <<<
    with resources we have like social media ??

    I m from India would love to help my Afghani brothers and Sisters ..throughout my life..

  3. Who would have thought that the guy in this video would get it right compared to our American Government and predict our evacuation debacle from Kabal comparing it dead on to the fall of Saigon.

  4. This is exactly what happened in Southeast Asia in the 1970s during the Vietnam War. These were the kind of wars that resulted in brokenness in families, people, countries and peoples identities. it cost priceless lives to be lost as a result. Unfortunately, most of my family died because of such wars like these. I hope that as brothers and sisters in the only planet we have, we can all learn from the past so history doesn’t continue to repeat itself and we can all live in peace together.

  5. " I don't know people who are smart enough from other countries to tell other countries the kind of arrangements they ought to have to govern themselves. One would hope and pray that they'd end up with governments that would provide the best possible for the people of those countries.
    But I don't know that we know what that formula is, and my guess is it's the kind of thing that will ultimately be sorted out on the ground by Afghan people in a way that's — I would submit may very likely be considerably more satisfactory to them than were it to be imposed by outsiders of different cultures, different religions, different continents."

    Donald Rumsfeld __ 9 Oct 2001

    The only sane thing I heard the war criminal say.

  6. “Although we heard of stupid heist in war, cleverness has never been a Socialist with long delays,there is no instance of a nation benefiting from prolonged warfare. It is one that is Thoroughly acquainted through the evils of war that can thoroughly understand the profitable ways of carrying it on.”

    -sun tzu

    “The art of war”

  7. Greetings from Azerbaijan to Afghan sisters and brothers! Stay strong! May Allah protect you! And many many thanks to FT team for such a valuable video that enlightened situation!

  8. I felt bad that all those afghan don't like afghan culture. I suggest all of you go to USA and be the glorious American citizen. see if they the American wanted you in USA.

  9. Very good piece and it is indeed what the future of Afghanistan should look like. I wish the Afghani people much hope and peace through this next phase. I hope that women will continue to regain freedom, and that the artists will continue to nurture the Afghan culture and arts. You all deserve so much better. Be safe!

  10. All the stakeholders must give a chance to lasting peace in Afghanistan. It is my earnest request. Please restore peace. People have not seen peace for 40 long years in Afghanistan.

  11. I feel compassion for afghan people. They've struggled enough. But now again they're facing very hard time. Taliban will turn the country into Islamic dictatorship. Pakistan achieved what they had planned so long. I suppose Pakistan is one who to blame for all of their suffering.

  12. Soon the fulfillment of Isaiah 2:4 will take place:

    "He will render judgment among the nations and set matters straight respecting many peoples. They will beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning shears. Nation will not lift up sword against nation, nor will they learn war anymore."

    We will enjoy absolute peace, for all the tragical events will be forgotten, according to Isaiah 65:17:

    "For look! I am creating new heavens and a new earth; And the former things will not be called to mind, Nor will they come up into the heart."

    And there is more.

  13. 20 years?, well 40 or 50. The civil war and the worst violence started in 1977 and then with soviet invasion in 1979. After 1988, the civil war never stopped. The taliban took Kabul in 1994, but the north of the country was a war zone until american expelled the talibans from Kabul, and since then the war has been a part of afghan life in many parts of the country.

  14. allow me to be very honest I can't believe this channel can be this "outstanding" in producing "truth"!!! my sincere advice to audiences here is that, take a look at how Eastern/Middle Eastern media was reporting about THE AMERICAN INVASION. all i have to say is that: what a joke!

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