On the ground in Afghanistan – cooperation between the United States and the United Kingdom– narrower than ever, but the current humanitarian disaster raises serious questions in the upper echelons of international politics. With the White House—apparently—making decisions without relying on its allies.
“The world has become a much more dangerous place, Al Qaeda will be back inside Afghanistan in no time “… Andrew Bridghan is a British Conservative MP who believes President Biden has put the world in peril.
“Joe Biden has made a decision that has undermined America, its position in the world, its position with its allies, has encouraged its enemies, why? And we, the people of Afghanistan, are at the yoke of the medieval system of abuse. Will see under,” the bridge continues.
In London, Berlin and Brussels – across the European political spectrum – there has been widespread distrust of President Biden’s decision to execute the withdrawal from Afghanistan announced by President Trump.
Harriet Harman, a key member of former Prime Minister Tony Blair’s government: “It is surprising that Joe Biden has not reviewed what Trump has said and does not seem to have made any terms with the Taliban on the withdrawal of troops.” has been sealed.” “What is at stake is the fear that we will see the people of Afghanistan return to the most repressive regimes.”.
457 British soldiers were killed in Afghanistan, while the United Kingdom sided with the United States … a special relationship. But for the Left and Right – in British politics – the consensus is…
“It is clear that this is not reflected well in the Western Coalition, not in NATO, not in the United Kingdom, nor in the United States,” Harman concluded.
Over the past 20 years, more than 150,000 British soldiers, sailors, airmen and women have contributed to operations, paving the way for a safer and more secure Afghanistan.
“This is the biggest foreign policy disaster for the West in my life… Trump’s policy was America first, and I think it’s fair. But Biden’s politics seems to be America only. For the leader of the free world, this is unacceptable,” Bridgend says.
A virtual G7 meeting – it was a momentous occasion for the US President – to recover a narrative of cooperation and cooperation with US allies
But the long-term damage caused by America’s decision to withdraw its international reputation remains to be seen, as the clock ticks in Kabul.
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