AFGHANISTAN FACT FILE
- The geography of rebellion. Brustein, William; Levi, Margaret // Theory & Society;Jul87, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p467
The article presents information on a model for the geography of rebellion. The focus is sixteenth- and seventeenth-century agrarian, anti-state rebellions in France, England and Spain. Rebellion only makes sense if each party to the contract perceives itself as having an advantage over the...
- THE DOMINO THAT DIDN'T FALL. Murray, Charles // Atlantic (02769077);Nov84, Vol. 254 Issue 5, p34
Examines the apparent collapse of insurgency in Thailand. Brief history on the establishment and the disappearance of the Communist Party of Thailand; Aid given by the U.S. in the country's struggle against insurgency; Strategy for counterinsurgency centered on reconciliation and amnesty.
- Life Under Siege. Krajick, Kevin // Progressive;Dec85, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p23
Relates the experience of a Nicaraguan family in contending with the numbing routine of war. Daily activities of the family; Sources of livelihood; Shortage of water and other basic supplies; Mother's fear that his son will be called to serve the army.
- IVORY COAST: TRADING RETURNS TO WAR-BATTERED VILLAGES. // New York Amsterdam News;4/10/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 15, p2
Seven months after an attempted coup threw the prospering nation of Ivory Coast into a bitter civil war, the northern city of Korhogo, still in rebel hands, is slowly coming back to life. The Patriotic Movement of Ivory Coast (MPCI), the main rebel group holding the north of the country, which...
- NORTH KOREA'S NON-MILITARY THREATS. Drennan, William M. // East Asia: An International Quarterly;Summer2003, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p48
Reflects on the Korean Civil War and the attempt by the North to capture the title of the real Korea. Information on legacy of the Yi dynasty Korea; Discussion on the North and South Korea conflict; Impact of the bloodshed in Kwangju in May 1980 on the history of the Republic of Korea.
- West Angered By Anti-Ohrid Rhetoric. // Emerging Europe Monitor: South East Europe Monitor;Jul2003, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p7
NATO and the European Union have reacted angrily to opposition suggestions that the agreement that brought the country of Macedonia back from the brink of civil war in 2001, be torn up. The Ohrid Agreement, which ended a guerrilla insurgency by the ethnic Albanian minority and laid down steps...
- Notes on church-state affairs: Afghanistan. Beck, Rosalie; Hendon, David W. // Journal of Church & State;Autumn94, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p885
Reports on the continuation of the civil war between rival factions in Afghanistan after the overthrow of the Communist government by Muslim guerillas.
- Spilling across borders. Smith, Patricia // Scholastic Update;9/1/95, Vol. 128 Issue 1, p22
Focuses on the civil war in Rwanda. Population; Impact on Rwanda's neighbors; Flight of refugees; Social conditions.
- THE MAOISTS AND MINORITIES: OVERLAP OF INTERESTS OR A CASE OF EXPLOITATION? Lawoti, Mahendra // Studies in Nepali History & Society;Jun2003, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p67
Deals with the Maoist insurgency in the Nepali society. Challenges in analyzing the Maoist insurgency; Involvement of minorities in the insurgency; Conflict of interests between the Maoists and minorities.