Chaos In Kabul

Author: Gérard de Villiers
Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
ISBN: 0804169349
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Before he can pull off his plan, Malko is kidnapped and nearly killed. When he finally manages to escape, he finds himself alone and running for his life in a hostile city. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Negotiation Simulation

Author: William B. Walpert
Publisher:
ISBN:
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This is a simulation developed for the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, involving development, political and diplomatic negotiation, and crisis in Afghanistan.

Descent Into Chaos

Author: Ahmed Rashid
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440631047
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S. invasion of Iraq,as divisionsbetween Washington and some European
capitalsgrew,the twentysix countries thatmake up NATO began discussions
atheadquarters in Brusselsabout howNATO could takeover command of the
International SecurityAssistance Force outside Kabul on a permanent basis and
expand a peacekeeping presence beyond Kabul. French president Jacques
Chirac, German chancellor Gerhard Schröder, and his intellectually charged and
charismatic foreign ...

An Unexpected Light

Author: Jason Elliot
Publisher: Picador
ISBN: 1466837802
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In the warmer months, down by the river, it used to be a favourite picnic spot;
Babfir recounts picnicking there in the sixteenth century. Squeezing through the
tiny main street we stopped at a chaikhfina to eat kebabs from crudely forged iron
skewers. A dignified old man wearing a huge turban sat in a corner and watched
us eat. He wiped plates with a rag at the speed of a slowed-down film. The noise
and chaos of Kabul was already worlds away. We had entered the countryside
and, ...

Confronting The Chaos

Author: Sean M. Maloney
Publisher: Naval Inst Press
ISBN:
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This work details the operations of the Provincial Reconstruction Teams (PRTs), which played a vital role in stabilizing Afghanistan after the Taliban were removed from power.

Nation Ethnicity And The Conflict In Afghanistan

Author: Raghav Sharma
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317090128
Size: 61.70 MB
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Kabul, 12 July 1992. ——. Afghan Army Factions Clash. Kabul, 12 March 1992.
——. Fighting Stops in Kabul. Kabul, 7 June 1992. ——. Kabul Sinks into Chaos.
Kabul, 20 June 1992. ——. Kabul Supports Pakistan's Stand on Kashmir.
Islamabad, Pakistan, 1 October 1992. ——. Dostam Proposes Buffer Force. Kabul
, 7 February 1993. ——. Rabbani Sworn in as President. Kabul, 2 January 1993.
Democratic Republic of Afghanistan, Fundamental Principles of the Democratic
Republic ...

The Swallows Of Kabul

Author: Yasmina Khadra
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0307429423
Size: 62.19 MB
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To harbor ill will against him for having performed a primitive, barbarous,
revolting, insane act, an act not only absurd in itself but also symptomatic of the
current state of Afghanistan, an atrocious act that he regrets and suffers from as
from a wound in his conscience, would only serve to render him more fragile than
he already is. Things in Kabul are going from bad to worse, sliding into ruin,
sweeping along men and mores. It's a chaos within chaos, a disaster enclosed in
disaster, and ...

Chain Reaction And Chaos

Author: Sadegh Shajari
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 0761865225
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Added to it was the Moscow - Kabul relationship. On the one hand, Iran was
surrounded on its three sides, north, east and west by the USSR and the
countries in its sphere of influence. At the same time, Tehran was engaged in
West interests oriented policy. Such critical geostrategic balance provided the
Shah with enough reasons to righteously maintain that his policies of
overemphasizing on security were justified. Indeed, to safeguard national
interests, doubtlessly paramount to ...

Kabul

Author: M. E. Hirsh
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 146685412X
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Hirsh's internationally acclaimed 1986 novel, Kabul, provides an almost miraculous window into a country and its people that now have captured the world's attention.

Local Ownership Of Peacebuilding In Afghanistan

Author: Chuck Thiessen
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739181572
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Approaching a Kabul traffic circle in the afternoon rush hour is a revealing
experience for understanding the struggle for local ownership of peacebuilding in
Afghanistan. As traffic bulges in multiple routes into each roundabout, and fills
each double lane with four (or five) rows of cars, frantically waving whistle-
blowing police officers attempt to control the flow of impatient drivers that are
intent on pushing their way through. Making the scene even more chaotic is the
absence of signage, ...