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Afghanistan and what it means for transnational Jihadi terrorism

25 October 2021 20:40 John Raines Asad Ali

Having defeated the Afghan government militarily and negotiated the departure of foreign forces from the country, the Taliban’s focus is now on forming a government, demonstrating governance capability, and securing international recognition. However, recent Islamic State attacks underline growing terrorism risks and tensions in the region and hint at great challenges ahead. Get the complete story of what is unfolding across the region.

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Speaker: John Raines, Principal Global Risks Adviser and Head of North America, Economics & Country Risk, S&P Global Market Intelligence and

Asad Ali, Head of Asia Pacific Country Risk Team, Country Risk & FCM, S&P Global Market Intelligence

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