An Assessment of Taliban Rule at Three Months

Rapport från CTC som analyserar läget i landet tre månader in i talibanstyret.

Abstract: In spite of the evolution in Taliban shadow governance over the past decade and the group’s growing sense of military and political momentum, the first three months of the reinstated Islamic Emirate revealed the group’s struggles with the responsibilities of national sovereignty. The Taliban have busied themselves consolidating control, reacting swiftly and harshly to perceived threats. They have not clearly defined the scope or structure of their state, nor have they shared long-term plans for their rank-and-file, many of which continue to operate as they did before August 15, 2021. Taliban leaders have demonstrated the continued primacy of maintaining internal cohesion, a longstanding trait that will likely stunt the group’s response to Afghanistan’s impending economic and humanitarian crises.

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Politisk utveckling, Säkerhet, Afghanistan, Talibaner, Ekonomisk utveckling, Konflikter, Kvinnor, Demonstrationer, Militären, Förföljelse, Hjälpverksamhet, Regering, Sociala förhållanden, Rörelsefrihet, Hazarer, Säkerhetsstyrkor, USA, Övervakning, Kabul, Pashtuner, Övergångsregering, Herat, Nangarhar, Kunar, Islamiska Staten