The U.S.-led withdrawal from Afghanistan this summer triggered a new wave of soul-searching, as chaotic scenes broke out in and around Kabul's international airport. The "forever war" may have ended — but what future is there for the people left behind? Zhou Bo, a retired senior colonel in China's People's Liberation Army, draws on his visit to Afghanistan in the early 2000s and describes the scale of human suffering he found on his arrival. This interview with James Chau, Host of The Pacific Dialogue.
Part 1: Xi-Biden Phone Call | Zhou Bo
Part 2: What Next for Afghanistan? | Zhou Bo
Part 3: It's Provocation | Zhou Bo