Afghan refugees: history, current situation and impact

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Afghan refugees are mainly caused by three refugee flows, and a large number of Afghan refugees are still stranded abroad. Since the fall of the Taliban regime, the repatriation of Afghan refugees has not progressed smoothly, which reflects the indifference of the international community, especially the West, to the Afghan refugee problem in the post-Cold War period. The problem of Afghan refugees will not only affect the reconstruction of Afghanistan, but also affect Afghanistan's foreign relations. The refugee camps will become a breeding and exporting place of terrorism, which must be taken seriously by the international community.