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In Case You Missed It—Hindsight Up Front: Implications of Afghanistan Withdrawal for South Asia

This encore broadcast features a new introductory conversation between Asia Program director Abraham Denmark and senior associate for South Asia Michael Kugelman on the August 26 attack and what it means for the region.

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Thursday
Sep. 2, 2021
2:00pm – 3:15pm ET

Overview

On August 26, the Afghan capital of Kabul was rocked by a bomb blast that killed dozens. The attack, perpetrated by Islamic State-Khorasan, which has carried out many attacks in Afghanistan and elsewhere in the region, underscores the threat of terrorism in Afghanistan and broader South Asia after the US withdrawal. The Wilson Center is rebroadcasting an earlier event, the latest one in its Afghanistan: Hindsight Up Front initiative, about the implications of the Afghanistan withdrawal for South Asia.

This encore broadcast features a new introductory conversation between Asia Program director Abraham Denmark and senior associate for South Asia Michael Kugelman on the August 26 attack and what it means for the region.

This is an online-only event. It can be viewed on our website.

Taliban Fighters in Humvee

Hindsight Up Front: Lessons & Implications of Withdrawing from Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s future is more uncertain than ever. Implications of the U.S. withdrawal cannot be ignored. The Wilson Center’s new initiative — Hindsight Up Front — will keep you informed about the future of Afghanistan, its people, the region, and why it matters.

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