Since the re-establishment of Taliban control in Afghanistan, Moscow has faced a difficult decision: how to regain its regional influence following the U.S. military withdrawal while keeping a safe distance from internal Afghan disputes.

According to Andrei Serenko, the head of Moscow-based center of Contemporary Afghan Studies, “Afghanistan itself is not of interest to Russia,” he added, “Russia wants to use Afghanistan without getting involved in Afghanistan.”


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