First of all, the permanent, age-old civil war in Afghanistan has not ended. Tribal leaders, generals, and warlords of the old regime are negotiating among themselves and with the Taliban – which itself is not a unified force – and no one can prejudge the results.
These are trying times for the world. Greece needs more than ever new alliances and collaborations that are sufficient to ensure its forces and capabilities.
We face the danger of a conflagration that may draw in more international actors. The Middle East has many players, many delicate balances, and many conflicting interests.
Donald TrumP is unpredictable and often ignores his advisors. He stuns the international community and even his narrow circle of associates.