Following the fall of Kabul under the Taliban rule, several women in the country are now faced with fears about the future of their presence in the country. As a result of the "new leadership" many women have now been forced to stop their jobs, only go out with the presence of a man, or flee to safety zones. Just last week, several women took to the streets to protest against the Taliban and fight for their right to attend school and work. However, they were met with violence by the Taliban forces. Former Deputy Chief Of Mission At The U.S. Embassy In Kabul and Non-Resident Scholar At The Center For Strategic And International Studies Annie Pforzheimer, joined Cheddar to discuss more.