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"afghanistan lynn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:15 min | 2 months ago

"afghanistan lynn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Influence over daily life in Afghanistan deepened once again last week. Female pupils at secondary schools have been told they wouldn't be allowed to attend, and the BBC has seen its services banned from Afghanistan too. Well, Lin O'Donnell is a columnist for foreign policy magazine. She's a regular voice here in Monaco 24. Good morning, Lin. Hello. How are you? Very good to have you. It delighted to have you back on the radio with us. Just to explain to us what these latest announcements have involved, please. Well, we saw last week that the Taliban's education minister interim as is. Announced that from the start of the new school year, which was the 23rd girls would be permitted to return to secondary school, girls haven't been in school for a long time. Girls were only allowed to go back to primary school a couple of months out of the Taliban took over on August 15th last year and girls have been kept out of secondary school ever since. So there was a lot of anticipation and a feeling that finally there'd been a breakthrough in behind the scenes negotiations with the Taliban because equal education has been made very clear to them as a condition for the release of funds that the country needs to keep functioning. Girls went to school, they put on their school uniforms, black shower, commies, tunic and trousers, white head scarves, and went to school on Wednesday, only to be told a couple of hours later that it was all over. They had to go home and wait for another order. Since that happened, there have been an awful lot of other orders, as you say, foreign news broadcasts have been taken off the air, not just the BBC, but Voice of America as well. The services have been forced to close, girls have also been told and women that they can't go to public parks at the same time as men. Women have been told that they had to be covered from head to toe. So not just the awful burger that has the grill in front of the face, but the hijab, and they're not even allowed to show their feet. Men have been told that they have to trim they're not allowed to any more trim their beards if they're going into public buildings. It's just getting stricter and stricter by the day. Someone might suggest that while the world's back is turned on Afghanistan because the focus is on Ukraine, the Taliban are taking advantage. Yes, and I have suggested that myself in foreign policy, I think that that is an excuse. But anyone who thought that the Taliban weren't going to be the Taliban that they were in 1996 to 2001 when they last were in government in Afghanistan. Really hasn't been paying attention. There hasn't been any change in their ideology. Everything is rolling out just the way it did way back then. What seems to be interesting though is that what you just mentioned a moment ago that the allowing children to go girls to go back to secondary school was a condition of the release of funds which would help a country which is starving. Does this suggest that the Taliban really doesn't care whether it gets international money anymore? Yes, I think that you're right. I've spoken to people who are very close to the government go in and out of the presidential palace that is now the center of the Taliban's authority. And they do not care the Taliban government guys drive past women begging on the street of selling their shoes, trying to get money. They know the stories as well as you and I do about people selling their children selling their kidneys just to get money. The Taliban do not care. They're making a lot of money through the customs and border points on trade. Hundreds of millions of dollars over the past 7 months since they've been in power. And they are the biggest drugs dealing cartel in the world. They have money. They don't really need the money that the international community has to offer. And whether or not if it came into the country and had to pass through their hands, it would make it to the people who need it is another question. There's a lot of algebra in the international community about wanting really to believe that things will get better that they are changing, but all the signs from the Taliban are that they haven't changed and they don't care. So who is helping them? We had a surprising visit by China's foreign minister who did a stopover in Kabul last week. What does that suggest about the people who will be doing business at the Taliban? And who don't mind? With the Chinese over the past 7 months given a total of $33 million worth of aid, a lot of it in the form of medicines and COVID vaccinations. They're not putting money into NGOs, local NGOs, for instance, to provide food and arms for people who need relief. At the Chinese are interested in doing business when it comes to minerals controlling minerals supply, oil and gas in the north. They're hosting a meeting in the coming days of regional foreign ministers. Lending support. The Taliban have had a relationship with the Chinese government for decades for 2025 years. The Chinese have a contract for the control of the world's second biggest copper deposit, which is near Kabul, that they've done nothing with. It's all about price and supply control for the Chinese authorities. They'd like to build railroads through Afghanistan, so they can get their manufactured goods to their markets in Europe faster. Nobody wants to help. The organization of Islamic countries has had at least one big meeting in neighboring Pakistan, focusing on the situation in Afghanistan, but no money and no aid has flowed into Afghanistan from that meeting and there will be another with the same likely result. Nobody's helping out. There are small grassroots NGOs that put money and aid into grassroots communities directly without any overheads and the UN is saying that it needs another 8 to $10 billion to help the people of Afghanistan in the coming year. That's about it. The international community is ringing its hands about the situation in Afghanistan. And even the Chinese government said yesterday in announcing the foreign ministers meeting in coming days that they'll be relying on the United States to help in the reconstruction, the post war reconstruction of Afghanistan. Lynn O'Donnell, thank you, as ever for joining us on monocle 24..

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"afghanistan lynn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

11:28 min | 8 months ago

"afghanistan lynn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"With vampires. The main character was not asher a rock singer and also of empire which besides dancing in revealing catsuits. She also used to sing her own version for sympathy for the devil. All that ahead on the globalist live from london. I look at what else is happening in the news leading. Us defense officials have said that the taliban takeover of afghanistan can be traced back to a deal between the group and the trump administration copay nineteen cases and melbourne have surged to a record level despite the australian city being placed in hard lockdown for almost two months and access to an online museum which remembers the victims of china's nineteen eighty-nine tiananmen square. Crackdown has been restricted in hong kong. Stay tuned monocle twenty-four throughout the day for more on those stories but now the polish government has said it will request the extension of a state of emergency along. Its shared border with belarus poland. Lithuania and latvia have all reported sharp increases in the number of migrants crossing into their territory from belarus with accusations that the government is doing little if anything to prevent people from entering neighboring nations. Let's get the latest now with alex contra off an expert on russia ukraine belarus and eurasia at ihs market. Good morning alex. Good morning give us a sense of how bad the situation is for poland and what president andre dudas sang about the need to extend this state of emergency. We still see reports of dozens irregular migrants attempting to cross from belarus into poland every day and there are also reports of some of these irregular migrants effectively stranded Own the border with on the one hand. They are prevented from entering polish territory. Further by the polish guards on the other belarussian bodyguards Allow them back into belarus. So there is A real humanitarian situation happened on the border affecting these irregular migrants attempting to cross. But we also see that the hundreds more of potentially thousands who rating belarus and Blabbing to make a journey into the eu. The latest reports this morning from amnesty international say poland illegally pushback migrants across the border into belarus. What we know about this We've seen these reports by human rights organization saying that Poland acted unlawfully Not allow these regular migrants to seek asylum on its territory also seek shelter and access to food and drinking water But we know at least of one group of people There about thirty of them who have been stranded on the border for Since mid august already. So it's been quite quite a while and as we're getting into autumn conditions are going to get even worse for them. Most of the migrants are reported to be from iraq and afghanistan with poland and other eu states blaming belarus for this worsening situation as you said what does the regime in men say about what's happening well regime in belarus says that it's got nothing to do with the irregular migration crisis on the border between belarus. And it's easy you neighbors bugs credible media both in the eu countries and the independent ones covering belarus have a reported in great detail About journeys which these people make from a places such as iraq and afghanistan They fly into bellarusse own to of packages which the purchase from a state owned belarussian to agency and then the are reportedly assisted To travel from minsk the national capital to the borders of lithuania latvia and poland whether they courage to cross into the eu you mention this reports of people flying into to belarus and even being helped to the border. Eu states and poland have said this is a direct strategy of the lukashenko regime to to cause disruption. What do you make of that well. It is very probable that this is the case of belarus. Suspended the Readmission agreements With the you. Back in june after the incident with the ryan air Aircraft being forced to land at minsk airport at the end of may And we've seen that. Belarus has been making concrete steps into a significantly reducing. Its full cooperation with its union members on our fighting irregular migration So he says very probable that the About kristen governments is actually behind this Inflow of irregular migrants in a colin. Lithuanian latvian. Let's go back to the situation on the ground on the border now. Poland is saying it's finding evidence of extremism On the phones and and amongst the belongings of people that are arriving there. This doesn't sound all that different from what's polish leaders said during the migration crisis back in two thousand fifteen so what does the e you make of of their strategy to to say we don't want these people at our borders or or in our country. Poland has been quite reluctant to accept asylum. Seekers from middle eastern countries in the past and so this development is not really new I can understand that. There are concerns that at least some of these People who are seeking entry a illegally into into the you may have some materials which of could be construed as extremists Boats probably more information on this would be required to make an intelligent assessments. Alex will leave it there. That is alex contract from ihs market. You are listening to the globalists' a monocle twenty four. We turn now to afghanistan where a taliban officials comments about education in. The country have sparked fear that women's rights in the country will be further restricted. The taliban appointed chancellor of kabul university tweeted. Women would not be allowed to return to university although he has said reports have taken. Those comments out of context women and girls were mostly banned from public life when the taliban ruled between nineteen ninety-six in two thousand and one but militant group has said this time would be different. Something many do not believe for more. I'm joined now by lynn. O'donnell a columnist for foreign policy magazine and the former ap and afp bureau chief in afghanistan. Lynn good morning. Hi daniel the speed of this turnaround and how the taliban is ruling the country. I'm sure does not surprise you at all. Oh well that could be given understatement. I could. I can only say that. I expected all of this. And we're only what six weeks into the new regime and the rollout has been really astonishingly. Lost what we're saying is the taliban and rollback of women's rights and girls rights At across the board at an extraordinary pace in education work Freedom of movement to how they dress Even whether they can go outside of the huns excess to healthcare and even being banned from sport yesterday on afghan television a taliban officials if we can use that would say that women can't read brightly colored clothing high heels perfume. I mean these Restrictions that affect the that every aspect of women's lives. Yeah the chancellor of kabul university newly appointed by the talent of course has put a long list of things that are banned on his on his twitter account. And those things that you mentioned there no perfume no brightly colored clothing But he underscored it by saying basically islam. I and that's exactly what we expect from the taliban guests well it's An interpretation that hasn't been analyzed or explain to the public it's always according to sharia law as with any religion Interpretations are broad and deep and there isn't any Explanation of of what interpretation of sharia laurie to be applied. it's always an excuse. It's the same as You know it's now. Nearly two wakes us in schools for boys but from High school Go to not being allowed to attend classes and It excuses That are rolled out things like well. It's for their safety With still working out mechanisms But these these never come and between nineteen ninety six and two thousand and one as you say when the taliban elastic control it was the same be patient We're working at how we can do. Is we coming. Up with mechanisms. Is petra fisher and it never happened so the the very real concern is. It will never happen this time. Are you seeing signs. This crackdown on women's rights and girls rights and public could be even more severe going forward. Well it's severe in a way that If for instance if women are not allowed to leave their homes Except in the company of a male relatives and the reason i male relatives in the i'm i know what we do with two daughters for instance in this situation. Then she can't leave her hunt to go and buy food to feed her daughters. So you'll looking at a situation where women becoming prisoners in their huns and sanctions to stop. Today's a line If we went on those allowed to go to Clinics and doctors surgeries To see Mile doctors because women don't design no longer allowed to function then they healthful size houses if they most allowed to play schools. They can't do exercise if they can't go outside. Except all covered up then. I don't have access to the secrets of of of health Vitamin day for instance. I mean you see in countries where women are restricted in their movements and the clothing That's they become victims of this lack of excess to the daily basic elements of healthcare exercise and sunshine. So what we think is. The is the slow deaths of women..

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"afghanistan lynn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

11:10 min | 9 months ago

"afghanistan lynn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"You're listening to the globalists' first broadcast on the third of september. Two thousand and twenty one on monocle twenty four the globalist in association with ubs. Hello this is the globalist coming to you. Live from dory house in london. I'm georgina called win on the show head to the taliban is preparing to reveal a new government but what form it take and who will recognize it then the. Who hub promises to deliver three keith. Thinks better data better critics and better decisions. We hear more about the world health organization's initiative to prevent future dimick's plus we'll ask how can norway's sovereign wealth fund built on oil profits sit easily alongside the climate change agenda also the head and we learned that local authorities have felt it necessary to put up a sewing saying no peeing towards russia. It's friday say. Angie muller will give us his usual ri- look back at the week. That was well also flip through the papers and get the latest movie news to. That's all ahead here on. The globalist live from london. Look at what else is happening in the news. Japanese prime minister yoshida suge has announced. He will step down after a one year. Tenure marked by an unpopular ovid nineteen response in the united states remnants of hurricane ida continued to wreak havoc flat flash flooding killed at least forty. Four people in four states as torrential rain swept away cars submerged new york city subway lines and grounded airline. Flights and french president emmanuel macron has unveiled a multi-billion-euro plan to turn marseille into what he called a world city stay tuned to monocle twenty four throughout the day for more on those stories but i now that the taliban has swept back into power in afghanistan after twenty years of war there shortly planning to reveal a new government. The new administration is keen to be recognized by the west as a legitimate power as the country faces economic meltdown and his badly in need of donor. Funds will join me on the line. Now is lynn o'donnell former ap and af bureau chief in afghanistan lynn. Thanks for coming on the program again. Before two thousand one when the taliban previously controlled the country what was the system of government. They used the hydro georgina. Thanks for having me on. It was pretty much a top down system with mullah omar the woman i'd later and co founder of the organization. Very much in charge. We're seeing now is is pretty much It looks like they going to have the man who has The job the position. That laura my head harbour tiller khanzada also as a symbolic head with finger bad conservatories that he hasn't been seen in public for a couple of years and they have been rumors that he died of covered last year. So there remains to be seen. But i'm below that pew type sort of symbolic position There is likely to be twelve man governing shura council and there were there was talk a couple of weeks diamonds. People that i was discussing this with that they would be. They were aiming for an inclusive style of government. That would bring me in People from an ethnic and religious groups that are not of the Same ilk the as the taliban instance Has ours was based at tadjiks and as she is but what they've been doing. So far indicates says inclusivity is not really likely to be at the heart of what if a government i come up with in the near future. I mean they have promised to protect human rights and refrained from reprisals against old enemies but then we hear a senior member saying There will be no democratic system at all because it doesn't have any base in our country. We won't discuss what type of political system. We should apply afganistan. Because it's kim. It's sharia law and not sit. Well can share be democratic. Is that indeed what they plan to do now. Democracy is is indeed not at the heart of what the taliban is and. I don't think it's going to be any role for women in pays ready being told that they won't be able to retain to parliament and sleep positions. That are being filled far on district governors provincial governors. The even people running hotels being given to at mullah's It looks very much. Like the difference between would and is is very very wide and that they're on their own people are going to be rewarded for their loyalty and that pashtoon nationalists and melas who have senior positions in the taliban hierarchy are the ones who going to win democracy's not part of it and even when they say when the taliban leadership say that sherry lor is going to be what prevails they have no interpretation made public of what sharia law is. And this is what we've heard all along about the way they wanted to treat women. Women will respected and we'll have a role in in life in afghanistan according to sharia law but with no indication of what that actually made we've talked before about whether the taliban really have any real desire to govern. Well they have to know. Do they have the necessary skills to have the skills but excuse me. I think that they do have the awareness that does skills are needed if they're going to run a country but still way more than two and a half weeks after They took over and still most of the bank's not working people do not have access to cash. They can't buy food food. Basics like food and fuel allow running. Low inflation is soaring. There is no indication so far that they came in with any idea of governance. I think they are aware because they are in discussions with Ngos and with foreign governments and agencies and of course china and russia in pakistan and iran are active in afghanistan. We'd the taliban so they know that they need help. It's just way that help it is gonna come from. What sort of for governance is going to take. That remains the big question. I mean what deals will need to be done to gain that vital international recognition. Well it remains to be say. I mean they don't really need the waste anymore. Part from Money and financial support. But we don't know yet with a the money and financial support has been coming through the west for the last twenty years will be replaced by for instance china and russia and do does china want to send It's ngos in to replace those that have been there in the past. I of doubt Some of the aid work that has been going on for the last twenty years continues in the provinces outside of kabul but a big fund is like the world bank Pretty steadfast so five in not opening this bigoted cash again so that the country can stop to function. So i'm at the moment. A time is marching on a conditions. Getting worse people are getting very obsession. Frustrated and a very real problems like food shortages in places outside of kabul. I just getting worse. So i mean i know you have many friends still in afghanistan that can you describe it. The the situation there is still a great deal of violence yes the violence is going on a very much under the surface. Where only seeing and heavenly saint for the past couple of weeks afghanistan through the prism of kabul regional meteoroid denies asians were closed down as the taliban took over. And now he's a very a very concerted effort controlling the message and beneath that violence is very definitely. He's still a feature day to day life. People our frayed and now that international military prison says ended and the the view of the cameras and the world media on. What's going on in. Afghanistan is is narrowing and very much has been focused for instance. What was happening at the apple or People are afraid that what's happening to them. We'll get worse as the world turns away. All people still able to leave now. That the official evacuations over now are leaving. No vases is no. I'm land board as often because no flights the court is unlikely to function very many more months so the short answer is hard cannot leave they trash. I'm finally do. We have any kind of idea of a timeline of when a government will be established and when it can start healing. I think the healing is going to be a long way off. No matter what time line the reason for establishing a government but the taliban away takes incredibly long time to do things discussions in the past with For instance piece broke from the united nations. Or as we saw with the peace talks that the former us president trump brokered. Everything takes an enormously long time. And you can't believe the reports that we've had over the last couple of days about what shape the government might take Or even the discussions. That i had was people couple of weeks ago. Of what they what they plans Everything's fungible and everything changes. Everything is likely to take very longtime leonard donald. Thank you very much indeed. thanks georgina. Thanks for having me..

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How Will the Taliban Govern Afghanistan?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:07 min | 9 months ago

How Will the Taliban Govern Afghanistan?

"Now that the taliban has swept back into power in afghanistan after twenty years of war there shortly planning to reveal a new government. The new administration is keen to be recognized by the west as a legitimate power as the country faces economic meltdown and his badly in need of donor. Funds will join me on the line. Now is lynn o'donnell former ap and af bureau chief in afghanistan lynn. Thanks for coming on the program again. Before two thousand one when the taliban previously controlled the country what was the system of government. They used the hydro georgina. Thanks for having me on. It was pretty much a top down system with mullah omar the woman i'd later and co founder of the organization. Very much in charge. We're seeing now is is pretty much It looks like they going to have the man who has The job the position. That laura my head harbour tiller khanzada also as a symbolic head with finger bad conservatories that he hasn't been seen in public for a couple of years and they have been rumors that he died of covered last year. So there remains to be seen. But i'm below that pew type sort of symbolic position There is likely to be twelve man governing shura council and there were there was talk a couple of weeks diamonds. People that i was discussing this with that they would be. They were aiming for an inclusive style of government. That would bring me in People from an ethnic and religious groups that are not of the Same ilk the as the taliban instance Has ours was based at tadjiks and as she is but what they've been doing. So far indicates says inclusivity is not really likely to be at the heart of what if a government i come up with in the near

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"afghanistan lynn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:32 min | 9 months ago

"afghanistan lynn" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Live from. London this globalist with me emma nelson and a very warm welcome to today's program coming up the uk's former prime minister. Tony blair. wades into the debate on the retreat from afghanistan. Look around the world and the only people really cheering this decision of the people hostile to western interests. We'll have the very latest on the chaos at kabul airport and ask whether us and british troops could be forced to extend their stay. Also i had molecules. James chambers will tell us why hong kong's teachers unions is shutting shop more than law society's holding its tongue plus a spokesperson from the swedish furniture. Giant like here. Join us to tell us about the plans to begin selling renewable energy and then a little later on the urbanism headlines from north america the day's newspapers and we explore a new horror film called censor. What is it. The stops is senator from losing control. If these imaging are supposed to walk by minds and make us teach herbal things so there was already this hypocrisy in this room. But i guess i wanted to explore within the character. Ed that's all coming up on the globalist from london before we begin to look at. What else is happening in today's news. German chancellor angela merkel says further sanctions may be imposed on russia. It uses a controversial gas pipeline against ukraine new zealand's government says the arrival of the highly infectious delta variant raises some big question about the country's pandemic response and stephan often says he will step down as sweden's prime minister and head of the social democratic party in november of two seven years in power stay tuned to monocle twenty four throughout the day for more on these stories but i it is a little over a week. Since the taliban entered kabul and took control of afghanistan well the international community has now begun its inquiries and investigations into what went wrong why. It went wrong so quickly and whether it's possible to extend evacuation deadline beyond the end of this month. Thousands of people are still at kabul airport. They're trying to flee the country most of them won't get out and even those who do have the right documentation have given up their efforts to fight their way through the crush. Well at ten am. Leonard donald columnists for foreign policy magazine and former apn f. p. bureau chief in afghanistan Lynn was on the last commercial flight out of kabul sunday but has been following the events closely from the netherlands. Get morning lyn. It's always good to have you with us. Thanks him or high. The situation at the kabul airport at the moment. We've we've seen pictures all throughout the weekend of a continued chaos and moments of lull. But genuinely a sense that this is a very place to be. I think it's probably a ring of hell to be honest with you. I have friends who've been going back and forth spending. You know most of the day twelve hours a day trying to get to the gauge. Because they have right to board documents is also a lot of people camping out just in the hope that they will be able to leave another. Don't have any documented right to board flights. It's just been terrible yesterday. That was somebody killed their. This shot side. The taliban they whipping people away from the race. The challenges to get inside Yesterday i who there are private security companies offering various packages. We'll get you from your home and take you to the military gays for ten thousand. Us dollars per person. Or if you've if you've got the cash will put on a A private chartered plane for one point. Three million dollars to take you anywhere in the world you want to go. It's become a marcus and it's just It's just been a descent into extreme distress in violence for the very many people who need to laze. And if you do have a right to bore document but you don't have one point three million dollars. What's your chances nerve. Actually getting past the security controls and getting onto an aircraft I think that it's Locking sharp elbows to be honest with you. I've heard from somebody they this morning. He managed to get through but ninety details on how and he was back and forth last week with his family including a small child I i really do. Just think that. It's it's tenacity and and shop elba's it's an awful situation. I mean we're hearing reports this morning. That a firefight broke out between unidentified gunmen. Westbound west security forces and afghan. God's at the northgate of coppola photo at today this is reports coming out from Germans germany's armed forces There's there's a fear isn't that the country is just about to deteriorate into goodness knows what when international trips and foreign media pull out. Well you know. I think that that's happening Across the country anyway. The violence and the shooting incidents being reported out of the airport really can't be a surprise at this stage. It's a hundred degrees thirty eight degrees during the day. People are very upset. Worried afraid frustrated but And so that's likely to happen but we're also hearing you know we've got to remember that we're largely seeing us ghanistan now just through kabul there isn't any Media presence outside in the provinces or in other big cities are very little. News is coming through It's all nice like the rest of the country has gone dark and it was going dot gradually over recent months anyway as the taliban took over control of districts and cities and closed down media outlets and journalists left for safety in kabul quite ironic. Now we think of it I think that The the breakdown in security is given. And i think also. There is an armed resistance. Starting to grow in various places not least the pan she a valley which is just an hour or two drive outside of kabul where A serious armed resistance. He's starting to emerge We're at a dangerous juncture for sure that region is is the last place in afghanistan isn't it which is still resisting. The taliban many suggesting that however dissatisfied afghans were with the previous government having now fled Or at least has fled There is not necessarily any desire for the taliban to to come back and as you say. There is a very large sense that as soon as the taliban tried to take control. They're very good fighters but they don't have the the the infrastructure so actually govern are they don't but we are seeing the starting to hold hands close tightly with people of the former administration like Former president i made khazai abdullah abdullah. Who was the foreign minister and also deputy ashraf ghani For a while and he was also the head of the Reconciliation council that was important participants in the so called peace talks in doha with the taliban leadership. Now we have the taliban leaders in kabul. They came i canada. Now they're in kabul and they started to talk about the makeup of the government and they're also including it as A man called Gobert in hit mattia..

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