- History. // Afghanistan Country Review;2009, p6
The article presents an overview of the political history of Afghanistan with details on the domination of various Indian emperors and the formation of significant centers of commerce by the Taxila and Kandahar.
- Political Conditions. // Afghanistan Country Review;2009, p13
The article presents an overview of the political condition of Afghanistan, highlighting multiple artillery attacks on Kabul and the alteration of the country's name to Islamic State of Afghanistan.
- Government Structure. // Afghanistan Country Review;2011, p131
The article offers information on the government structure of Afghanistan.
- Where Is Afghanistan? // Scholastic News -- Senior Edition;10/8/2001, Vol. 70 Issue 6, p3
Describes the location, government and people of Afghanistan.
- A Host of Hidden Agendas. Hyman, Anthony // Middle East;Nov98, Issue 284, p15
Focuses on the political situation in Afghanistan, highlighting that 90 percent of the country's territory is under Taliban control. Details on foreign states involvement in the war in Afghanistan; Information on the war between Taliban and Iran.
- A country in name only: Afghanistan defies itself. Bokhari, Farhan // Christian Science Monitor;8/23/95, Vol. 87 Issue 188, p7
Focuses on the problems plaguing Afghanistan in the absence of a stable government. Disillusionment of Western countries by the warfare between factions; Pakistan's efforts to bring King Zahir Shah, former Afghan king, to power; Failure to arrange for a transition by United Nations negotiator...
- Do Recent Assassinations Presage Return To Chaos in Afghanistan? North, Andrew // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p50
Investigates the consequences of assassinations to the political conditions of Afghanistan. Preference of president Hamid Karzai for a personal U.S.-troop security; Assassination of vice president Haji Abdul Qadir; Declaration of the operational status of the Afghan National Army.
- Afghanistan: Feminist pressure prevents recognition. // Off Our Backs;Feb98, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p5
Focuses on the steps taken against United States President Bill Clinton's administrations by feminist groups to prevent the recognition of the Tailban fundamentalist self-proclaimed government in Afghanistan. What Taliban has required most women to do; Reference to the Calfornia company Unocal...
- Osama is in charge. Tariq, Farooq // New Internationalist;Nov2001, Issue 340, p13
Focuses on the interview of Adil, leader of the Labour Revolutionary Organization on the situation in Afghanistan. Description of the economy; Popularity of the Taliban movement; Influence of a king on the transitional period of the country.