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Robert Fisk on Afghanistan

Osama Bin Laden: 9/11 to Death in Pakistan

Author: The Independent

Publisher: Independent Print Limited

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Category: Political Science

Page: 258

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It began on a surge of international consensus, following the 9/11 terrorist atrocities. Thirteen years later, the US-led coalition s war in Afghanistan came to a quiet close. Britain and America are still counting the cost. Throughout that time, one journalist above all others has reported on the con flict with unfailing insight, perspective and courage. This is Robert Fisk at his best."

Endgame for the West in Afghanistan?

Explaining the Decline in Support for the War in Afghanistan in the United States, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, France and Germany

Author: Charles A. Miller

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Category: Afghan War, 2001-

Page: 166

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Analyses of the War in Afghanistan frequently mention the declining or shaky domestic support for the conflict in the United States and among several U.S. allies. This paper dates the beginning of this decline back to the resurgence of the Taliban in 2005-06 and suggests that the deteriorating course of the war on the ground in Afghanistan itself along with mounting casualties is the key reason behind this drop in domestic support for the war.

International programs in higher education and questions of bias

hearing before the Subcommittee on Select Education of the Committee on Education and the Workforce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, first session, hearing held in Washington, DC, June 19, 2003

Author: United States

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Category: Area studies

Page: 182

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Drugs in Afghanistan

Opium, Outlaws and Scorpion Tales

Author: David Macdonald

Publisher: Pluto Press (UK)

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Category: History

Page: 295

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Exposes the devastation that the heroin trade and drug addiction is causing within Afghanistan.

The Afghanistan Challenge

Hard Realities and Strategic Choices

Author: Hans-Georg Ehrhart

Publisher: Queen's Policy Studies Series

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Category: Political Science

Page: 264

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Canada and Germany are among the largest contributors to the international mission in Afghanistan, with troops in different parts of the country, fulfilling different roles. Canada's higher ratio of combat to development work is reflected in a higher rate of casualties. Canadians have sometimes joined in criticisms of Germany and other European allies for their unwillingness to take on riskier military tasks in Afghanistan's southern and eastern provinces. Some Germans, in turn, have chided Canada for stressing war - fighting at the expense of approaches more centred on development. This Canadian-German dialogue reflects a larger debate, both operational and existential, within NATO concerning Afghanistan and the future of the alliance. This collection of essays by leading German and Canadian experts assesses the present state and future prospects of the Afghanistan mission, both to advance the dialogue and to suggest better approaches to the policy questions that continue to confront the alliance. Contributors include Michael Brzoska (Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy), Mike Capstick (Canadian Forces ret., University of Calgary), Mihai Carp (NATO), Andrea Charron (Royal Military College), Rainer Glassner (University of Duisburg-Essen), David Haglund (Queen's University), Roland Kaestner (Leadership Academy of the German Armed Forces), Florian Kühn (Helmut Schmidt University of the German Armed Forces), Janet Kursawe (German Institute of Global and Area Studies), David Law (Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces, Geneva), Citha Maass (German Institute for International and Security Affairs), Kim Nossal (Queen's University), Lara Olsen (University of Calgary), Conrad Schetter (University of Bonn), Christian Reuter (Der Stern), and Christian Wagner (German Institute for International and Security Affairs).

Censored

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The Afghan Conflict and India

Author: P. Stobdan

Publisher: Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses

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Category: Afghanistan

Page: 139

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With chronology of events, 1989-1998, of Afghanistan.

Afghanistan and Canada

Is There an Alternative to War?

Author: Lucia Kowaluk

Publisher: Black Rose Books Limited

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Category: Political Science

Page: 326

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Traces Canada's military involvement in Afghanistan in the hope of finding an alternative to continuing war.

Afghanistan in Crisis

Author: Kashi Prasad Misra

Publisher: New Delhi : Vikas

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Category: Afganistan-Politics and government

Page: 150

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Collection of papers.

The Women of Afghanistan Under the Taliban

Author: Rosemarie Skaine

Publisher: McFarland

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Category: History

Page: 198

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Looks at the quality of life of Afghan women under the former Taliban regime in Afghanistan.

British Humanities Index

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Category: Humanities

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Bleeding Afghanistan

Washington, Warlords, and the Propaganda of Silence

Author: Sonali Kolhatkar

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Category: History

Page: 315

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An on-the-ground report of how U.S. policy has affected Afghanistan's struggle to define itself post-9/11.

The Journalist

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Category: Journalism

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Conflict Quarterly

Journal of the Centre for Conflict Studies, University of New Brunswick

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Category: International relations

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From Africa to Afghanistan

With Richards and NATO to Kabul

Author: Greg Mills

Publisher: Witwatersrand University Press

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Category: Political Science

Page: 236

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This book documents renowned South African international relations academic Greg Mills's journey from South Africa to Afghanistan, where, by invitation of the commander of the ninth International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), he was asked to help establish a civilian think-tank within the ISAF headquarters in Kabul. This challenging task forced Mills to ask himself how to put into effect the theory of 20 years of academic study and policy advice and actually be able to make a difference on the ground. This is not another book about the war in Afghanistan. It is a challenge to political scientists and academics the world over to be the change you wish to see in the world (to paraphrase Mahatma Gandhi). Aside from the personal impact such reading can have on ever-idealistic peace builders, the academic value of the book lies in Mills's analysis of the challenges of trying to simultaneously stabilize and build a state with massive external involvement while also countering a violent insurgency.

Enduring Freedom Or Enduring War?

Prospects and Costs of the New American 21st Century

Author: Carl Mirra

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Category: History

Page: 304

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Islam in Time and Space and Afghanistan

Author: Ikram Azam

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Category: Islam

Page: 291

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Asian Strategic Review

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Category: Asia

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The Herald

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The Wall Street Journal

Index

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Category: Barron's national business and financial weekly

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