Understanding Afghanistan

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Understanding Afghanistan
Author : Abdul Qayyum
File Size : 55,7 Mb
Publisher : Taylor & Francis
Language : English
Release Date : 30 September 2021
ISBN : 9781000426502
Pages : 220 pages
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Understanding Afghanistan by Abdul Qayyum Book PDF Summary

This book delves into the history of Afghanistan, its people, and its relationship with neighbours, to unravel the intricate politics and ethnolinguistic diversity of the country. It discusses the history of innumerable invasions which left imprints over the country and its people and (have) created a complex fabric of different ethnic, linguistic, religious and cultural groups. The volume looks at the various empires which warred over the land including the Persian, Greek, Mongol, and Sassanid dynasties as well as the later interferences by the British and the Russians and the emergence of the Taliban. It examines the correlations between war, power politics, religion, local governance, and the opium trade and economy in Afghanistan. The author through personal stories and anecdotes of his visits and journeys in Afghanistan provides a very rich and extensive view of Afghan politics, culture and history. The relationship between Afghanistan and Pakistan and Afghanistan’s unique position in the politics of the region is also a thread which runs through the entire book. This book will a great resource (be of interest) to researchers and students of politics, history, Central and South Asian Studies, war and international relations, political economy, and peace and reconciliation studies. It will also interest journalists, diplomats and international development organizations.

Understanding Afghanistan

This book delves into the history of Afghanistan, its people, and its relationship with neighbours, to unravel the intricate politics and ethnolinguistic diversity of the country. It discusses the history of innumerable invasions which left imprints over the country and its people and (have) created a complex fabric of different

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