by Hanan Habibzai, Afghanistan editor
It’s not uncommon for conflicts to result in casualties and damage far beyond the front lines. The economy may grind to a halt, or at the very least incur additional costs, and the onset of profitability may be postponed if conflict breaks out with a neighbour.
Government reports on armed conflicts demonstrate that ongoing wars in impoverished nations are hampering the economic growth of their neighbours. The observable and unintentional repercussions of war demonstrate that regional warfare has a detrimental influence on development in nearby nations.
Some of Afghanistan’s neighbours seem to be seeking to take advantage of the present crisis in Afghanistan to set the stage for a new war in that nation, which they view as being in their best interests. Helpful in a variety of ways. In this piece, we want to address the fundamental issue of what kind of Afghanistan would be helpful to its neighbours and adjacent nations. One that is embroiled in conflict, slaughter, and repression; or one that is at peace with itself, relies on itself and moves forward.
In this post, we’ll look at the question, “How has Afghanistan’s conflict-affected its neighbours, and what does peace mean for them?”
Recent studies have shown that regional conflicts have a detrimental effect on economic growth and other indicators of development in adjacent nations. There are negative effects on various nations in the area and shifts in the political, military, and economic policies of the countries as a result of long-term conflicts in a country, as the expenses mount and soon lead to economic disaster.
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