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Chinese Regime’s Plans in Afghanistan May Hit Blowback, Expert Says

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As the United States departed Afghanistan, the Chinese regime may seem poised to become the next superpower to dominate the Central Asian country. But, things may not go to plan for Beijing. That’s according to Conrad Black, an author and former publisher, who said that China is treading in unfamiliar terrain in Afghanistan, where local nationalism sentiment could quickly rise and work against the regime. Since no neighboring countries like the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) aggressive style of engagement, those countries may “scorch the fingers of an overreaching China,” Black said in an interview with EpochTV’s “American Thought Leaders.” In the wake of the United States’ chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan, CCP propaganda has played up the narrative suggesting that Washington would “abandon” Taiwan just like how it left Afghanistan. However, that comparison doesn’t hold water for Black. The United States has shown long-standing support for Taiwan in its efforts to …

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