Did the afghans defeat the USSR

Did the afghans defeat the USSR

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This is a badly framed question (1) since 1945 whole concept of war has changed (2) let’s study a little background first (3) in 1800–1880 Tsarist Russia occupied whole Central Asia which was inhabited by tribes and races FAR MORE FIERCE THAN AFGHANS —in this period a private British company restrained and successful checked Russia into not occupying Afghanistan which was only created as a state in 1747(4) the british company created a buffer state between India and Russia and Afghanistan was only allowed to have foreign relations with British company and later British government from 1858 to 1919- Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: Afghanistan -History Summed up Afghanistan -History Summed up by security , thesis writing and research services worldwide , mazen@csio-ops.com • A podcast on Anchor (5) in 1919 an British king amanullah came and freed Afghanistan and established. Foreign policy and established foreign relations because Britain was exhausted by ww1 (6) in 1929 amanullah was removed by British conspiracies partly and a pro British dynasty the Peshawar sardars were placed on throne - my grandfathers brother major agha Abdul

Samad served as doctor with both nadir shah and Zahid shah till 1945 (7) the soviet afghan war was a war between USA and ussr fought by proxies (8) USSR withdrew in the end due to its internal issues so it cannot be called a ussr defeat (9) like USA withdrew from Vietnam but when a great power withdraws from a primitive state it cannot be called a defeat (10) it is more of a psychological state of mind that you call it a defeat https://www.researchgate.net/publication/319644709_Superpowers_Defeated-Book_Review