How Kremlin’s View of U.S.’s War in Afghanistan Has Shifted

For a long time soon after the Sept. eleven attacks, the U.S. and Russia shared a aim of deposing the Taliban govt and searching down its remnants in the countryside.

But that widespread objective crumbled in current a long time amid mutual suspicion and U.S. options to depart Afghanistan with the Taliban undefeated. Right now, amid a furor in Washington around intelligence assessments that Russia allegedly paid out bounties to the Taliban to assault U.S. troopers, it may have observed an epitaph.