Pakistan: Reversing the Lens
- MIDDLE EAST RESPONSES. Zonis, Marvin // Orbis;Winter87, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p609
The article observes the reactions of the Middle East to Soviet's involvement with Afghanistan. Other states have largely ignored the invasion and have made only cursory gestures in criticism of Soviet actions, and even more disappointing to those who believe in concepts of regional security and...
- Rolling Communism Backward. Draper, Theodore // New Republic;3/7/81, Vol. 184 Issue 10, p21
Focuses on the Soviet policy of military intervention in communist countries. Information on the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and the threatened Soviet military intervention in Poland; Report that the Soviet policy of military intervention was codified in the so-called Brezhnev Doctrine;...
- INSIDE AFGHANISTAN. Fenton, Roger; Gallagher, Maggie // New Republic;8/29/83, Vol. 189 Issue 9, p17
Focuses on the war in Afghanistan due to the Soviet Union's invasion. Terms of the peace settlement between Pakistan and the regime of Afghanistan President Babrak Karmal, sponsored by the United Nations; Advantages of possession of Afghanistan to the Soviet Union; Details of resistance posed by...
- THE WAR IN AFGHANISTAN. Karp, Craig M. // Foreign Affairs;Summer86, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p1026
The article focuses on Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in December 1979. Since the invasion, Soviet Union has failed to consolidate the rule of its Marxist client in Kabul. The Soviet-sponsored regime has made few political gains and its administrative and combat performance has not greatly...
- BLOODY GAMES. Barnet, Richard J. // New Yorker;4/11/88, Vol. 64 Issue 8, p44
Points out that invasion of Afghanistan, an impoverished, mountainous land of 15 million herders, traders and peasants, is the largest, longest and costliest Soviet military operation since the Second World War. Observation that the Soviet pacification campaign in Afghanistan has caused...
- Predicting the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan (Book). Isby, David C. // Journal of Military History;Oct2002, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p1263
Reviews the book 'Predicting the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan: The Intelligence Community's Record,' by Douglas J. MacEachin.
- Afghanistan: Game of Symbols. // National Review;3/21/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p330
The article comments on the invasion of Afghanistan by the Soviet Union. It states the doctrinal justification for the invasion of Afghanistan. It criticizes the response of the U.S. government under President Jimmy Carter to the invasion. It questions the Carter Doctrine in line with the vital...
- RED FLAG OVER AFGHANISTAN. Zagoria, Donald S. // Foreign Affairs;Spring84, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p1025
Reviews the book 'Red Flag Over Afghanistan,' by Thomas T. Hammond.
- Red Flag over Afghanistan (Book). Sprules, Marcia L. // Library Journal;3/1/1984, Vol. 109 Issue 4, p496
Reviews the book 'Red Flag Over Afghanistan: The Communist Coup, the Soviet Invasion, and the Consequences,' by Thomas T. Hammond.