The immediate question everyone faces is whether or not to recognize the Taliban as a legitimate government.
To start with, the current international doctrine is that no government produced through war and violence should be granted de jure recognition unless and until it has submitted to some form of referendum or elections supervised by the United Nations.
Whether or not to legitimize a terrorist group determined to impose a repressive regime on a long suffering nation is the key issue. It cannot be handled without the “Great Satan,” now inspiring stand-up comedians, leading the way.
Whatever Fukuyma and others may fantasize about a “world without America” is not for today. The immediate question everyone faces is whether or not to recognize the Taliban as a legitimate government. Pictured: Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid (center) speaks during a press conference in Kabul on August 24, 2021. (Photo […]
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