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Afghan Exit Signals US Reset

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The chaotic Western exit from Afghanistan reflects a major reset in US foreign policy toward new strategic goals, including competition with China and Russia, and rapid climate action, according to our analysis. But the Afghan collapse could undermine US credibility, leaving some allies to rethink their options. It may also erode Joe Biden’s popularity, creating potential for further abrupt US policy shifts.

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