Shimko attributes the economic deterioration in Afghanistan to a military strike and transformation that followed after 9/11 attacks. United States had resolved to fight terrorism by targeting heads based in Afghanistan. Military revolution) affect the economic situation of the country especially if one of the countries is superior in terms of technology, military, and economically (Shimko 17.
Afghanistan belongs to the periphery countries. It shares a small percentage of the global wealth despite owning oil ores. The agricultural, labor, and natural resource system of Afghanistan is dependent on the status of the government and the level of dependence on foreign aid. Shimko notes that the effect of post Middle-East American military action has resulted to a country that is struggling to get the economic condition on its feet. The country registered a slow economic growth rate since 2013 due to weak governance capacity after the anti-terrorism wars. The country has failed to implement operations together because of unending wars since the invasion by Soviet Union in 1979 (Shimko 31).
Afghanistan used to contribute an integral share to the agricultural sector of the world before the war and unending political instability. It used to export surplus produce to USA, France, India, and Pakistan before Cold War and US invasion in 2001. The insurgence of military forces does not only seek to boost security against terrorism, but also control mineral deposits that could turn the country into a world-mining center. However, the country is among the poorest countries in the global economic position platform.
Afghanistan would subsidize and protect copper, iron, cobalt and lithium mineral deposit in a bid to boost its mining industry. The deposits remain unutilized because of the prevailing poor economic status. However, the country is struggling in weak government and post-terror