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Leaving the Graveyard: The Soviet Union's Withdrawal From Afghanistan
A closer look at history, however, reveals the Soviet Union from 1985 to 1992 capably orchestrated its diplomatic, military, and economic efforts to disengage from the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan (DRA) on its terms, under the aegis of an international agreement. It left behind a semi-stable regime, an improved military, a dreadful economic situation, and a commitment to a long-term relationship. Throughout the withdrawal process, the Soviet Union relied upon the leadership of Mikhaildoi:10.55540/0031-1723.2632 fatcat:lc6fcqxap5fx3ensb25gsmdi5y