Exploring Consequences of U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan: An Overview and Perspective on Economy

  title={Exploring Consequences of U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan: An Overview and Perspective on Economy},
  author={Sayed Ramez and Valliappan Raju},
Since 2003, the economic situation, life expectancy, and per capita income of Afghanistan were increasing. This was mainly due to foreign aid reported $83 billion from 2003 to 2016. 90% of Afghanistan's military budget was also coming from international donors. The role of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces was strengthening the Afghan government. However, recently the USA has decided to withdraw its troops. It is expected that the rest of NATO forces will also evacuate… Expand


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