Then with the Taliban now entering Kabul and and President Ghani having fled the country, we speak with Shuja Nawaz, a Distinguished Fellow at the South Asia Center at the Atlantic Council and author of The Battle for Pakistan: The Bitter U.S. Friendship and a Tough Neighborhood. He joins us to discuss the scramble underway to evacuate Westerners and whether the Taliban will slaughter their captives, not to mention those who worked for the U.S.
Biden Should Have Known and Got Those Who Helped the U.S. Out
Then finally we speak withChristine Fair who served as a political officer with the United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan in Kabul who speaks and reads Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi. She joins us to discuss how Biden undercut the Afghan government and should have known this collapse would occur and have made arrangements to get Afghans who worked for the Americans out of the country before they faced the prospect of being slaughtered.