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Cooperation unpalatable however unavoidable | The Observer – United Kingdom

Writing on the web site of Hromadske Radio, political scientist Ilya Kusa sees a definite risk of Western states recognising the Taliban authorities:

“Within the 1990s, three international locations formally recognised the ‘Taliban’ and opened their embassies in Kabul: Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Within the West, this will likely be harder in view of public opinion, opposition and criticism. … But when the Taliban retain energy and hold the guarantees they’ve made to date, which will already be sufficient for them to be recognised by Western international locations and acquire at the least partial legitimacy overseas.”


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