Posledice afganistanske krize za Evropo

Kaotično umikanje ZDA iz Afganistana in nepripravljenost EU držav na ameriški umik bodo povzročile podobne težave, kot smo jih bili deležni leta 2015. Grozi nam podoben migrantski val. In Erdogan bo spet gate keeper.

V nekaterih državah bo to krojili volilne rezultate, morda bo celo centralna tema v naslednjih mesecih. In potem Bog nas obvaruj desničarskih jastrebov.

It didn’t take long for public dismay at the images of Afghans desperate to escape the Taliban to turn into political recriminations.

President Joe Biden was unapologetic yesterday in the face of cross-aisle criticism of the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Kabul. Yet as Samy Adghirni reports, that defiance hasn’t stopped European allies from laying the blame on Washington, even as they conceded to being similarly caught out by the Taliban’s lightning victory.

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  1. Zakaj so šli američani v Afganistan. Zaradi več razlogov:

    – najjprej, da se vzpostavi mostišče do držav srednje Azije (“Stan-i”), ki predstavljajo mehki trebuh Rusije. Od tu bi se širil vpliv na te države, ki imajo obsežne zaloge naravnih bogatstev (Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan – plin, nafta,…) in ki bi lahko služile kot nadalnja odskočna deska za destabilizacijo Rusije skozi radikalizacijo njene 25 milijonske muslimanske skupnosti

    – odsočna deska za radikalizacijo Uigurov in posledično destabilizacijo Kitajske. Glej kdo je oborožil in usposabljal več 10 tisoč glavo uigursko frakcijo islamske države v Siriji-

    – Afganistan je bila tranzitna država za načrtovani plinovod iz Uzbekistana v Pakistanin naprej v Indijo (ki je bila mimogrede ena največjih investitorjev v Afganistan za časa ameriške okupacije)

    – Afganistan je zakladnica mineralov Glej:

    Appearing on CNBC’s Squawk Box, the legendary investor and founder of Hayman Capital said “Afghanistan is plagued with the curse of plenty. They have, we think, upwards of $3T worth of minerals. The US Pentagon believes one province … has the largest lithium deposit in the world,” adding “China will move in under security and diplomatic guise.”

    As we noted in 2010, nearly $1 trillion in untapped mineral deposits were identified in Afghanistan, far more than any previously known reserves – and a figure which has risen in recent years to more than $3 trillion.

    Rare earth metals in Afghanistan were estimated to be worth between $1 trillion and $3 trillion in 2020, according to a report in news magazine The Diplomat, citing Ahmad Shah Katawazai, a former diplomat at the Afghan Embassy in Washington D.C. A report by American news organization The Hill earlier this year put the value at about $3 trillion.

    Afghanistan has rare earth elements such as lanthanum, cerium, neodymium, and veins of aluminium, gold, silver, zinc, mercury, and lithium, according to Katawazai. Rare earths are used in everything from electronics to electric vehicles, and satellites and aircraft.

    In 2017, just-fled Afghan President Ashraf Ghani was in talks with Germany about lithium deposits in Helmand province, which could be mined by European countries to make batteries for smart phones, electric vehicles and other technology.

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