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ISBN: 0275978788
Author: Jeffery Roberts
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger; Edition Unstated edition (December 30, 2003)
Pages: 288
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Origins of Conflict in Afghanistan. The Origins of Conflict in Afghanistan. By Jeffery J. Roberts. That month, Afghan Prime Minister Mohammed Daoud signed an economic aid agreement with the . valued at over 100 million dollars. A subsequent agreement signed the following August promised a wholesale renovation of the Afghan military establishment.

Roberts Jeffery (EN). Focusing on Afghanistan's relations with the West during the latter half of the 20th century, this study offers new insights on the long-term origins of the nation's recent tragedies. Roberts finds that, since the 1930s in particular, Afghanistan pursued policies far more complex, and considerably more pro-Western, than previous studies have surmised. By the end of the Second World War, Britain and Afghanistan seemed headed toward an extensive partnership in military and economic affairs.

Roberts finds that, since the 1930s in particular, Afghanistan pursued policies far more complex, and considerably more .

Roberts finds that, since the 1930s in particular, Afghanistan pursued policies far more complex, and considerably more pro-Western, than previous studies have surmised. Opportunities to cement Afghanistan to the West existed, but ultimately ran afoul of regional politics, shortsighted policy, and indifference.

Start by marking The Origins Of Conflict In Afghanistan as Want to Read . Roberts analyzes recent American policy toward Afghanistan and its neighbors, clarifying the current situation and offering guidelines for future relations.

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Focusing on Afghanistan's relations with the West during the latter half of the 20th century, this study offers new insights on the long-term origins of the nation's recent tragedies.

Roberts, Jeffrey J. 2003. Westport, CT: Praeger. Afghanistan’s insurgency and the viability of a political solution’, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Vol. 33, No. 3. Barfield, Thomas.

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Focusing on Afghanistan's relations with the West during the latter half of the 20th century, this study offers new insights on the long-term origins of the nation's recent tragedies. Roberts finds that, since the 1930s in particular, Afghanistan pursued policies far more complex, and considerably more pro-Western, than previous studies have surmised. By the end of the Second World War, Britain and Afghanistan seemed headed toward an extensive partnership in military and economic affairs. Opportunities to cement Afghanistan to the West existed, but ultimately ran afoul of regional politics, shortsighted policy, and indifference.

The rise of the Indian nationalist movement and the eventual partition of India would have strategic ramifications for Afghanistan. Pakistan and India, weakened and poised against each other, saw no reason to aid the Kabul regime, leaving only the United States as a potential benefactor. Successive American administrations, however, denied most Afghan requests. When the Eisenhower administration extended support to Pakistan, it alienated Afghan leaders, who then chose to broker a deal with the Soviet Union. Roberts analyzes recent American policy toward Afghanistan and its neighbors, clarifying the current situation and offering guidelines for future relations.

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