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- Gaining Ground. // Scholastic News -- Senior Edition;12/10/2001, Vol. 70 Issue 13, p2
Deals with the operations of the United States Armed Forces in Afghanistan in 2001.
- 'This is no time to go wobbly.' Hughes, John // Christian Science Monitor;11/7/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 241, p9
Presents the opinion that Americans should not become restless about the war of the United States in Afghanistan, but should look at the resolve of Great Britain during times of conflict.
- The message is that might is right. // New Statesman;12/10/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4567, p4
Comments on the military operations being perpetrated by the United States (U.S.) in Afghanistan. Overview of an article about the global influence of the U.S.; Issues concerning the moral and political aspects of the U.S.; Lessons about power.
- Striking Back. Wagner, Anne // National Journal;10/31/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 41, p3206
Discusses results of polls related to the United States (U.S.) retaliation on Afghanistan. Percentage of U.S. citizens who approve the U.S. attacks; Number of U.S. citizens who favored sending food and medicine to people in Afghanistan.
- Peace at any price invites war. Waxman, Lionel // Inside Tucson Business;12/17/2001, Vol. 11 Issue 36, p5
Comments on the war waged by the United States against terrorism in Afghanistan. Implication of the US bombing of Afghanistan for humanitarian crisis; Citation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Demand for the shift of resources away from the war toward immediate relief and...
- AFGHANISTAN AT THE CROSS-ROADS. Balcerowicz, Piotr // Dialogue & Universalism;2001, Vol. 11 Issue 11/12, p97
Focuses on the impact of the terrorism in the U.S. on the status of Afghanistan. Examines the political, historical, and ethical assumptions of fundamentalists on the concept of open society; Criticism on the military involvement of the U.S. in the nation; Personal view of Ahmad Shah Masood,...
- US is prevailing with its most finely tuned war. Tyson, Ann Scott // Christian Science Monitor;11/21/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 251, p1
Discusses the strategy of the war of the United States in Afghanistan, which has had limited U.S. casualties. Efforts to minimize the deaths of both U.S. troops and Afghan civilians; Hopes of the Pentagon to use the same investment of force to track down leaders of the Taliban and the Al Qaeda...
- Our new kind of war needs team spirit. Seaquist, Larry // Christian Science Monitor;11/7/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 241, p9
Comments on the military strategy of the United States in Afghanistan, and the idea that fighters should be just one element of an international team of peace-builders.
- US sees boon in Afghan winter. Tyson, Ann Scott // Christian Science Monitor;11/8/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 242, p1
Focuses on the expected impact of winter on the United States military campaign in Afghanistan. View that the cold weather could be used as a tactical weapon against the Taliban; Topic of thermal imaging using infrared sensors, which works well in winter; Obstacles posed by winter to the...