Putting together the pieces

Hyman, Anthony
January 1998
Middle East;Jan98, Issue 274, p11
Discusses several political issues pertaining to Afghanistan. Contiuation of war between rival Afghan political parties; Support given by the Taliban and Northern Alliance parties by Pakistan, Iran and Saudi Arabia; Lack of United States interest in Afghanistan; Suggestions on what is needed to have a peace settlement.


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