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Wo eine alte Weltordnung zu Ende war, beginnt die dritte Staffel von „Killed in Action“: bei 9/11. Welche Fehler passierten im Chaos der bis dahin einmaligen Situation vom 11. September 2001? Wie erlebten die Beteiligten diese Zeit und wie blicken sie heute darauf zurück, nach der erneuten Machtübernahme der Taliban? Christoph Heinzle und Kai Küstner gehen in „Killed in Action - Mission ohne Ziel“ zurück zu den Anfängen. Sie werfen einen Blick auf die frühen Entscheidungen, darunter auch jen ...
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Hør stemmene til norske soldater når de forteller sine historier – om landet de kjempet i, fienden de møtte og kampene de stod i – tjue år med ørkenkrig. En serie om våre soldater og våre historier. Historien om: Afghanistan – en podkastserie fra Forsvaret. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Zaynab è la storia di una calciatrice in fuga dall’Afghanistan dei talebani, e del tentativo più o meno riuscito di documentare il suo viaggio verso il Pakistan. Zaynab è un podcast di Internazionale scritto e narrato da Stefano Liberti. Direzione creativa e montaggio di Jonathan Zenti, produzione di Stefano Liberti, Mario Poeta e Amedeo Berta. Story editing di Chiara Nielsen e Jonathan Zenti. Traduzioni di Eli Ehsani, voci di Natalie Norma Fella e Sandro Pivotti. Musiche di Tommaso Colliva ...
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A Wish for Afghanistan

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The speed of the Taliban's takeover in Afghanistan in August 2021 took the world by surprise. Now there is uncertainty and fear among many Afghans - what will Taliban rule look like? What will become of their country? The Taliban took control of Kabul just weeks before the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the event that led to the US invasion of Afghanistan in October 2001 and the Taliban’s fall. It was hoped this would be a new beginning, bringing peace to a country that had known nothing but war ...
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In this first Q&A episode, I attempt to answer some of your questions... 🌏 Get 10% discount on your first month of BetterHelp. BetterHelp is the world's largest online therapy service with more over 34,000 professional therapists. ➼ BetterHelp.com/TheAfgPod Think like the Enemy A podcast that delves into the heart of the critical issues in our nati…
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Die bittere Bilanz: Afghanistan ist wieder ein "Talibanistan" - die Extremisten kontrollieren das Land. Wie konnte es dazu kommen? Woran sind Deutschland und die anderen Nationen nach einem optimistischen Start gescheitert? Und vor allem: Welche Fehler sollte man beim nächsten Auslandseinsatz vermeiden? Fragen, auf die nicht nur Robert Müller gern …
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Born in Bamiyan, Zahra Nader is an award-winning journalist and the Editor-in-Chief of Zan Times, a media outlet focused on women and marginalised communities in Afghanistan. In this interview, she talks about her childhood, her struggles as a refugee in Iran, her life in Kabul and Canada, her experiences, and her dreams for her outlet and herself,…
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Renowned for her decades of humanitarian work, providing health and education services to millions in Afghanistan and Pakistan, Sima Samar discusses her extraordinary life journey in this interview. She talks about her origins in a village in Hazarajat and her rise to become a globally recognised physician, activist, and politician. Her memoir, OUT…
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Schon bald wird klar: die internationale Schutztruppe kann nicht in Kabul bleiben, wenn sie im Land für Sicherheit sorgen soll. Die Bundeswehr geht in den vermeintlich ruhigeren Norden, als „Bad Kundus“ wird ihr Standort anfangs verspottet. Doch der Schein trügt. Und überhaupt wird sichtbar, dass die internationale Gemeinschaft auf einer ganzen Rei…
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"Wie eine Nebelwand" sei ihm Afghanistan zunächst vorgekommen, sagt der Kommandeur des ersten deutschen Kontingents in Kabul, Carl-Hubertus von Butler. Doch die Afghanen scheinen sich über die ausländischen Truppen zu freuen, feiern die Niederlage der Taliban euphorisch. Doch schon bald hat die Bundeswehr ihr erstes Schockerlebnis zu verkraften, So…
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In Deutschland sollten die Weichen für eine – diesmal friedliche – Zukunft in Afghanistan gestellt werden. Einige bezeichnen es im Nachhinein als „Ursünde“, dass auf der großen Konferenz in Bonn die Taliban nicht mit am Tisch saßen. Doch auch die jungen, demokratischen Kräfte degradierte man hier zu Nebendarstellern. Wurde schon hier und früh Afgha…
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Sein letzter Afghanistan-Einsatz liegt fast 20 Jahre zurück, und doch fragt Robert Müller sich jeden Tag: warum? Bis heute leidet der zurückgezogen in der Schweiz lebende Soldat an einer Posttraumatischen Belastungsstörung. Er erwartet sich von der Politik Antworten, die er bis heute nicht bekommen hat: Was war das genaue Ziel des Einsatzes? Fragen…
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Craig Whitlock is an investigative journalist at The Washington Post and the author of 'The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War'. The book, which offers a comprehensive examination of the deceptions, shortcomings, missteps, and misguided policies that characterised America's defeat in Afghanistan. In this interview, Craig discusses his …
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Es geht weiter in „Killed in Action“: In dieser dritten Staffel gehen Christoph Heinzle und Kai Küstner zurück an den Start, und den markieren die Anschläge auf das World Trade Center in New York 2001. Was passierte im Chaos der ersten Jahre des internationalen und vor allem des deutschen Afghanistan-Engagements?…
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Mir Tamim Ansary is an Afghan-American author who left Afghanistan in the early 1960s. He has written many books, including "West of Kabul, East of New York", "Games Without Rules", "Destiny Disrupted: A History of The World Through Islamic Eyes" and "The Invention of Tomorrow". In this interview he talks about his childhood in Afghanistan, his ext…
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Larisa Brown is a British journalist and author. She is currently the defence editor at The Times newspaper. In this interview, she talks about her book, The Gardener of Lashkar Gah, which tells the extraordinary story of Shaista Gul, a man who worked at a British military base in Helmand as a gardener, and his son, Jamal, who worked as an interpre…
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Tobias Ellwood is a Conservative member of the British Parliament and a former chair of the House of Commons' Defence Select Committee. In July 2023, he visited Afghanistan, following which he called for engagement with the Taliban, causing an uproar, with many criticising his stance. As a result, he resigned as chair of the Defence Select Committe…
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Heather Barr is associate director of the Women's Rights Division at Human Rights Watch. She worked in Afghanistan for over a decade for the UN and Human Rights Watch. In this interview she reflects on her time in the country, her work and views on the current situation. 🌏 Get 10% discount on your first month of BetterHelp. BetterHelp is the world'…
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Wendy Chamberlain MP is a Liberal Democrat member of the British parliament. She is the co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Afghan Women and Girls and has been a strong voice for the cause of women and girls in Afghanistan. In this interview she talks about her work on Afghanistan, her views and concerns. Think like the Enemy A podcas…
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Johnny Mercer is Britain's Minister for Veterans' Affairs. He served three tours in Afghanistan as an army officer. In this interview, he talks about his time in Afghanistan, his views on the Taliban and the current situation in the country and stories of fighting the group in Helmand. Think like the Enemy A podcast that delves into the heart of th…
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David Loyn is a renowned British journalist and author who specialises in Afghanistan, with decades of experience in the country and the region as a BBC correspondent. He worked as an advisor to Ashraf Ghani's government for a year after leaving the BBC. In this interview, he shares his insights, analysis, and thoughts on the situation in the count…
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Major General Charlie Herbert served multiple tours in Afghanistan and led British forces in Helmand province. He also served in other capacities, working with Afghan government ministries and leaders. In this interview, he shares his insights, thoughts, and stories about what happened during the 20-year Western involvement in the country and what …
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Stephan Jensen is a former Norwegian army officer who served in Afghanistan's northern provinces of Faryab and Balkh (Mazar-i-Sharif). Currently, he is working on a book detailing the history of the War in Afghanistan. In this interview, Jensen discusses his experiences during his time in the country, provides an analysis of what went wrong, and ex…
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Dr Habiba Sarabi is the former Minister of Women's Affairs in Afghanistan and was the first woman to hold a governorship in the country, serving as the governor of Bamiyan Province. She was also a part of the delegation negotiating with the Taliban before the group's return to power in August 2021. In this interview she talks about her childhood, h…
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Jason Criss Howk has spent 21 years focused on Afghanistan in defence, diplomacy, academic, humanitarian, and intelligence roles. He is the director of Global Friends of Afghanistan, a frequently published writer, and guest lectures at American University and the USMC War College. Think like the Enemy A podcast that delves into the heart of the cri…
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Mohsin Dawar is a Pakistani politician who leads the political party called the National Democratic Movement. He previously served as a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan from August 2018 to August 2023. Dawar has been a staunch critic of the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan, accusing them of being proxies of the Pakistani military. In …
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Fawzia Koofi has been a prominent figure in Afghanistan's politics and a women's rights activist. She served a member and the first female Deputy Speaker of parliament before the Taliban's recapture of the country. In this interview she talks about her childhood, life in politics, negotiating with the Taliban and leaving Afghanistan. Think like the…
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Hussain Shah Rezai fled Afghanistan when he was a teenager almost ten years ago. He is one of over ten thousand refugees from Afghanistan stuck in appalling and inhumane conditions in Indonesia. In this episode, Hussain tells his and their story. Hussain on X: @HussainS_Rezaie Warning: This episode contains a discussion on mental health issues. If …
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Sir Laurie Bristow was the British ambassador to Afghanistan during the Taliban's takeover in August 2021. In this interview, he talks about living and working through those chaotic days, the factors leading to them, and what he thinks about the situation in the country now. Think like the Enemy A podcast that delves into the heart of the critical …
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Mozhdah Jamalzadah is a singer, actor and campaigner. In this interview, she talks about leaving Afghanistan as a young child, the challenges of settling in Canada, pursuing music, acting, working in Afghanistan, and her interest in politics. Herat earthquake appeal: https://gofund.me/ba5ff60a Subscribe/Support: https://bit.ly/3QhklBg Think like th…
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Levison Wood is a British a writer, explorer and photographer. He first walked through Afghanistan in 2004 and then served as a soldier in southern Afghanistan. His latest book, Escape from Kabul, gives a riveting account of the fall of Afghanistan into the hands of the Taliban and the chaotic evacuation of Kabul in August 2021. Think like the Enem…
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Shakardokht (Shakar) is a medical physicist and multi award-winning innovator, based in the UK. Born in Afghanistan's central highlands of Hazarajat, Shakardokht became a refugee in Iran aged 6. Resisting repeated pressures to accept arranged marriages as a schoolgirl, she studied hard and managed to enter the Tehran University. In 2010, she arrive…
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Prima Puntata. Quando i taliban prendono il potere in Afghanistan, nell’agosto del 2021, Maryam e Zaynab tentano di lasciare Kabul, ma solo una di loro riesce a partire. Un anno dopo il giornalista Stefano Liberti e il videomaker Mario Poeta partono per l'Afghanistan per documentare il loro ricongiungimento.…
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Maryam e Zaynab sono due giocatrici del Bastan, la squadra di calcio femminile di Herat, in Afghanistan. Sono anche due sorelle, cresciute assieme, inseparabili. Per loro, che erano bambine quando l’occidente aveva invaso il loro paese dopo l’attentato alle torri gemelle, giocare a calcio era una forma di riscatto e libertà. Quando i talebani prend…
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Nach dem Schock über die dramatischen Wochen und die überstürzte Rettungsaktion geht in Afghanistan das Leben weiter. Aber wie? Wie leben die Menschen jetzt unter den Taliban? Haben die Taliban den Krieg gewonnen? Hat der Westen ihn verloren? Bohrende Fragen, denen nun auch ein Untersuchungsausschuss des Bundestags nachgeht. Er wird sich mit Zahlen…
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Noch im Juli hieß es, Kabul sei sicher. Doch Mitte August übernehmen die Taliban die Macht. Der Präsident flieht. Ein ganzer Staat kollabiert. Warum ging es am Ende so rasend schnell? Warum hielten sie afghanischen Sicherheitskräfte kaum dagegen, als die Taliban das Land innerhalb weniger Tage überrollten? Warum floh Präsident Ghani, obwohl er doch…
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Wieso hat das niemand kommen sehen? War es ein Fehler, mit den Taliban zu verhandeln? Bohrende Fragen. Und in dieser Folge antworten darauf Menschen, die einmal an der Macht waren. Botschafter, die mit den Taliban verhandelt haben. Und ehemalige Mitarbeiter der afghanischen Regierung. War die Ankündigung des Abzugs aller westlichen Truppen letztlic…
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Gerade einmal zwei Tage hatte General Arlt mit seinen Soldaten, dann musste ein Plan stehen: Ein Plan, wie so viele Deutsche und Ortskräfte wie möglich aus Afghanistan gerettet werden können. Noch während die beiden Militärmaschinen losfliegen, ist unklar, ob sie in Kabul überhaupt landen können. Denn dort herrscht jetzt Chaos. Die Taliban haben di…
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„Killed in Action“ geht weiter. Mit den USA hat sich auch die Bundeswehr aus Afghanistan zurückgezogen. Damit stand ihr ein weiterer Kampf bevor: einer gegen die Zeit. Mit zwei Militärmaschinen fliegen deutsche Elite-Soldaten nach Kabul, um Deutsche und Ortskräfte auszufliegen. Doch dann eskaliert die Lage am Flughafen Kabul. „Der Fall von Kabul“ g…
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