Taliban takeover caused by failure of Afghan political, military leadership, NATO says
When the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, it was a result of many factors that have led them to grow stronger. These include an unclear military and political future for Afghans as well as ineffective foreign policies from NATO countries in regards trying stop violence or terrorism at home
The 2015 withdrawal deadline has caused much uncertainty among Afghan leaders with one side seeing this decision by our government will create more problems than solutions while others argue if we stay longer then there is no chance whatsoever left;
The Taliban’s sudden rise to power should be seen not just as a civil war or insurgency, but an act of terrorism that had repercussions across Afghanistan and all around the world.
The fall of President Hamid Karzai’s government came about after it suffered several years with little political compromise while dealing against equally stubborn enemies on two fronts – one being from militants within their own borders who fought for unification under strict Sharia law; secondly there are external forces like NATO troops currently present assisting Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) in combatting this violence so they can maintain stability during nation building efforts Post 2014 US Withdrawal