The suspicion among most Western ambassadors was that the Soviet-sponsored government in Kabul would soon crumple; nonetheless, this was not to occur for an additional three years. Amid this time the Interim Islamic Government of Afghanistan (IIGA) was set up in a state of banishment. The avoidance of key gatherings, for example, exiles and Shias, joined with significant differences between the diverse mujahedeen groups, implied that the IIGA never prevailing with regards to going about as a useful government.9
Prior to the war, Afghanistan was at that point one of the world’s poorest countries. The drawn out clash let Afghanistan positioned 170 alone for 174 in the UNDP’s Human Development Index, making Afghanistan one of the slightest created nations in the world.
Once the Soviets pulled back, US enthusiasm for Afghanistan stopped. The US chose not to help with remaking of the nation and rather they gave over the interests of the nation to US partners, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. Pakistan rapidly exploited this open door and produced relations with warlords and later theTaliban, to secure exchange interests and courses.
From wiping out the nation’s trees through logging rehearses, which has annihilated everything except 2% of woods cover nation wide, to significant removing of wild pistachio trees for the exportation of their underlying foundations for helpful uses, to opium agribusiness, the previous ten years have brought about much natural and agrarian destruction.