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Afghanistan is headed towards a full-blown humanitarian and economic crisis, with its health system on the brink of collapse. Christiane Amanpour is joined by Fawzia Koofi, a former Afghan politician who was part of the negotiating team with the Taliban, and Mary-Ellen McGroarty, the World Food Programme’s director for Afghanistan. Then, Kimberlé Crenshaw is world-renowned for her work on the intersection between sexism and racism. She discusses the true meaning of "intersectionality" and what R Kelly's recent conviction means for society. And finally, Walter Isaacson speaks to former four-star general Stanley McChrystal, who’s drawn on his experience as commander of the American and coalition forces in Afghanistan in his new book "Risk: A User's Guide."
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