The impact of the 9/11 wars on Afghanistan and the physical health of its population

The article outlines the profound human and societal toll of the Afghanistan conflict, emphasizing the tragic loss of over 70,000 civilians, widespread mental health crises, the deteriorating state of healthcare, especially under Taliban rule, and the critical role of international aid in addressing one of the world’s most severe humanitarian crises.

“In our time, we’ve privileged the cleanliness of wars over not having them” – Samuel Moyn on whether the goal of making war less brutal is helping perpetuate war itself

Professor Samuel Moyn speaks about his new book, and the challenges of controlling and managing the humanization of war.