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Afghan Buzkashi: Power Games and Gamesmen (In 2 Vols.)

Sreedhar (ed.) (Author) Mahendra Ved (Editor)
Synopsis The result is a painstaking, thoroughly researched writing on the unsavoury happenings in Afghanistan and their grave implications for the neighbourhood, and India in particular. Without aiming to take sides in the protracted civil war in Afghanistan, the book analyses what may lie in store for Afghanistan and the region. The envisaged five future scenarios are: (a) Taliban rule; (b) Taliban defeat; (c) arms embargo with the objective of imposing a broad-based government; (d) emergence of an Islamic emirate of Afghanistan; and (e) emergence of a Greater Pashtunistan, accompanied by break-up of Pakistan. Documents in volume 2, with their wealth of information, have been painstakingly collated and edited. They should be a treasure-trove of ready reference on current developments in Afghanistan.
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About the author

Sreedhar (ed.)

Sreedhar was associated in various capacities with the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi for more than three decades. A Graduaate from National Defence College, New Delhi, he was a visiting Fellow at Princeton University, USA: s1978-79; Australian National University, Canberra: 1982 and Middle East Technical University, Turkey: 1998 and 2001. He has written extensively on South and South West Asian security issues. His latest book Afghan Buzkashi co-authored definitive works on the Taliban. Currently he is a Visiting Professor, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

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Bibliographic information

Title Afghan Buzkashi: Power Games and Gamesmen (In 2 Vols.)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Wordsmiths
Language: English
isbn 8187412011
length 567p.