Fifteen years after the American invasion, Afghanistan still remains a battlefield between the government in Kabul and Taliban forces. Despite millions of dollars spent on attempts to fix the broken region, the US has achieved little – and is steadily drawing down their presence in the country. As the Taliban widens its offensive, taking over entire cities and gaining control in some of the country’s provinces, will the Afghan Army ever be able to hold on its own? Over a decade and a half after the US-NATO invasion – why is Afghanistan still as unstable as it was before? We ask the country’s former President – Hamid Karzai.