The security of neighboring countries is expected to be on top of the new government in Kabul, including the stability and economic challenges.
The iceberg between the Syrian and Lebanese governments has now been broken, thanks to the US wishes.
To Iran, the Taliban movement can never be the same as it was in the 90s. The state of hostility between Afghanistan and Iran is over, and the borders will remain under control.
Lebanon is under unprecedented economic and social pressure, paying the price for Hezbollah's military capability that causes a threat to “Israel”.
The USA is discovering the limits of its power: it is faced with a determined Iran and its allies who are unifying their forces on all fronts, challenging and rejecting the US hegemony.
Iran is no longer in a hurry to conclude a nuclear deal with the US, and it has not budged an inch from its position.
The US Administration is pushing itself to the edge of an abyss and has put its ally in Baghdad, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, in an embarrassing and weak position as he faces his own security forces and political parties.