Out of Order

Implications of the Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Episode Summary

Just ahead of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks the United States and its allies have completed their chaotic and ignominious withdrawal from Afghanistan. What does the failure of the nearly 20-year state-building mission mean for the future of transatlantic security cooperation and the debate about European strategic autonomy – and how will instability in Afghanistan affect the EU and Turkey? This and more is covered in this transatlantic take episode of Out of Order. The episode is hosted by Rachel Tausendfreund, editorial director at the German Marshall Fund, based out of Berlin; it features Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, director of research, transatlantic security, and director of GMF's Paris office; Michal Baranowski, director of GMF's Warsaw office; Jonathan D. Katz, senior fellow and director, democracy initiatives, based in Washington D.C.; and Ozgur Unluhisarcikli, director of GMF's Ankara office.

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