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ПОВЛАЧЕЊЕ АМЕРИЧКИХ ТРУПА ИЗ АВГАНИСТАНА: ИЗЛАЗНЕ СТРАТЕГИЈЕ

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Након двадесет дугих и фрустрирајућих година, Америка се најзад потпуно повукла из Авганистана. Овај рад даје преглед америчких акција у тој земљи, почевши са инвазијом за време администрације Џорџа Буша Млађег, преко ликвидације Осаме бин Ладена и сузбијања активности Ал Каиде, до Обамине администрације, током које је међународна ИСАФ мисија завршена и за време које је најављено повлачење трупа. Након тога следи преглед активности за време мандата Доналда Трампа, за време којег су се створили услови за дефинитивно повлачење, кроз потписивање споразума у Дохи између САД и Талибана. Последњи део рада посвећен је ситуацији на терену за време администрације Џоа Бајдена и током комплетирања повлачења, које су Талибани искористили да поново заузму целу земљу и прогласе исламски емират.

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