Published January 2003
by Sang-E-Meel Publication .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||351|
Regions and Countries; Editorial; Decem Issue; Post-Taliban Afghanistan Post-Taliban Afghanistan. The collapse of the Taliban means the focus there must shift to relief of its citizens. The Taliban and the Crisis of Afghanistan By Robert D. Crews; Amin Tarzi Harvard University Press, Read preview Overview The Afghan Way of War: How and Why They Fight By Rob Johnson Oxford University Press, Post-Taliban, a nascent publishing industry has emerged in Afghanistan, with hundreds of titles being published in Dari, Pashto, Uzbek, and English. By Vinutha Mallya A fledgling publishing industry is taking its first steps in Afghanistan. The Taliban held power over most of Afghanistan from to , when the group, then closely aligned with al-Qaeda, was ousted by U.S.-backed Afghan forces in .
In March, days after U.S. diplomats and Taliban representatives inked a withdrawal deal in Doha, Gen. Frank McKenzie, the top U.S. commander for Afghanistan . Deadly violence in Afghanistan has marred the first-ever direct talks between Kabul and the Taliban, underscoring the high stakes that face the . Books Music Art & design TV & radio Veteran Afghan leader seeking post-Taliban consensus rule When the expected collapse of Afghanistan's communist government did not materialise after the. This book examines the changing roles of Afghani women in the aftermath of the overthrow of the oppressive Taliban regime in It describes the success of women in the workforce, and evaluates how their achievements have come about in a nation that struggles to overcome years of poverty, corruption, regional conflicts, and the overwhelming destruction of by: 4.
See discussions, stats, and author profiles for this publication at: Afghanistan's Post-Taliban Transition: The State of State-Building after War Article in Central Asian Survey March DOI: / CITATIONS 30 READS 1 author: Some of the authors of this publication are also working on these related projects: Completing a book to be published by Oxford . The Taliban made piety a business of the state, and thereby intervened in the daily lives and social interactions of Afghan women. Pious Peripheries examines women's resistance through groundbreaking fieldwork at a women's shelter in Kabul, home to runaway wives, daughters, mothers, and sisters of the Taliban. Whether running to seek marriage or divorce, enduring or escaping abuse, or even. • the rise and fall of the Taliban regime. Thoroughly revised in the light of the latest research, the second edition also features a new final chapter which examines post-Taliban Afghanistan, bringing the story up to the present day and mounting a strong case for continuing support for this troubled country. A Thousand Splendid Suns is a breathtaking story set against the volatile events of Afghanistan's last thirty years—from the Soviet invasion to the reign of the Taliban to post-Taliban rebuilding—that puts the violence, fear, hope, and faith of this country in intimate, human terms. It is a tale of two generations of characters brought jarringly together by the tragic sweep of war, where.