Bibliography of Afghanistan

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This is a list of books in the English language which deal with Afghanistan and its geography, history, inhabitants, culture, biota, etc.

  • Arjomand, Said – Constitutional Politics in the Middle East: With Special Reference to Turkey, Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan. [1]
  • Baker, P. H. B. and F. R. Allchin - Shahr-i Zohak and the History of the Baiyan Valley, Afghanistan. [2]
  • Capian, Richard – A New Trusteeship? The International Administration of War-Torn Territories. [3]
  • Coll, Steve - Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001.[4][5]
  • Countries of the World and Their Leaders Yearbook 1983: Vol. 1, Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments; Status of the World’s Nations; U.S. Embassies, Consulates, and Foreign Service Posts; Background Notes: Afghanistan-Luxembourg. Vol. 2, Background Notes: Macau-Zimbabwe; Foreign Travel; International Treaty Organization; Climates of the World. [6]
  • Countries of the World and Their Leaders Yearbook 1984: Vol. 1, Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments; Status of the World’s Nations; U.S. Embassies, Consulates, and Foreign Service Posts; Background Notes: Afghanistan-Luxembourg. Vol. 2, Background Notes: Macau-Zimbabwe; Foreign Travel; International Treaty Organization; Climates of the World. [7]
  • Countries of the World and Their Leaders Yearbook 1985: Vol. 1, Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments; Status of the World’s Nations; U.S. Embassies, Consulates, and Foreign Service Posts; Background Notes: Afghanistan-Luxembourg. Vol. 2, Background Notes: Macau-Zimbabwe; Foreign Travel; International Treaty Organization; Climates of the World. [8]
  • Dorronsoro, Gilles - Revolution Unending: Afghanistan, 1979 to the Present. [9]
  • Freedman, Robert O. - Moscow and the Middle East: Soviet Policy since the Invasion of Afghanistan.[10]
  • Friedman, Norman – Terrorism, Afghanistan and America’s New Way of War. [11]
  • Fukuyama, Francis – Nation-Building: Beyond Afghanistan and Iraq. [12]
  • Gregory, Derek - The Colonial Present, Afghanistan, Palestine, Iraq. [13][14][15]
  • Holohan, Anne – Networks of Democracy: Lessons from Kosovo for Afghanistan, Iraq, and Beyond. [16]
  • Holt, F. L. – Into the Land of Bones: Alexander the Great in Afghanistan. [17]
  • Imamuddin, S. M. – A Modern History of the Middle East and North Africa: A Concise Modern History of the Muslim Countries from Afghanistan to Morocco Covering the Period from the Downfall of the Abbasids (1258) to the Eve of World War II (1939) and the Growth of Modern States in the Muslim Countries. [18]
  • Johnson, Chris and Jolyon Leslie - Afghanistan: The Mirage of Peace.[9]
  • Kapur, Harish - Soviet Russia and Asia, 1917-1927: A Study of Soviet Policy towards Turkey, Iran, and Afghanistan.[19]
  • The Middle East, 1948. Aden, Afghanistan, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Syria and the Lebanon, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Transjordan, Turkey, with a Section on the League of Arab States.[20][21]
  • Nojumi, Neamatollah – The Rise of the Taliban in Afghanistan: Mass Mobilization, Civil War, and the Future of the Region. [22]
  • Nollau, Gunther and Hans Jurgen Wiehe - Russia's South Flank: Soviet Operations in Iran, Turkey and Afghanistan.[23]
  • Omrani, Bijan & Leeming, Matthew Afghanistan: A Companion and Guide. Odyssey Publications, 2nd Edition, 2011. ISBN 962-217-816-2.[24]
  • Rasanayagam, Angelo – Afghanistan: A Modern History. [25]
  • Rogers, Paul - A War on Terror: Afghanistan and After.[9]
  • Rothstein, Hy S. – Afghanistan and the Troubled Future of Unconventional Warfare. [26]
  • Schurmann, H. F. - The Mongols of Afghanistan, an Ethnography of the Moghols and Related Peoples of Afghanistan.[27]
  • Shahrani, Nazif and Charlie Nairn – The Kirghiz of Afghanistan: TV Film.[28]
  • Singhal, D. P. - India and Afghanistan 1876-1907: A Study in Diplomatic Relations.[29]
  • Sinno, Abdulkader H. – Organizations at War in Afghanistan and Beyond.[30]
  • Vining, Edward P. - An Inglorious Columbus: or Evidence that Hwui Shan and a Party of Buddhist monks from Afghanistan Discovered America in the Fifth Century A.D.[31]
  • Weaver, Mary Anne – Pakistan: In the Shadow of Jihad and Afghanistan. [32]
  • Wilber, Donald M. – Annotated Bibliography of Afghanistan. [33]
  • Zahab, Mariam and Oliver Roy – Islamist Networks: The Afghan-Pakistan Connection. [34]
  • Jones, Schuyler (1992) Afghanistan. Vol. 135 in the World Bibliographical Series. Clio Press, Oxford.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Sripati, Vijayashri (November 2008). "Review". Human Rights Quarterly (The Johns Hopkins University Press) 30 (4): 1014–1018. doi:10.1353/hrq.0.0036. JSTOR 20486722. 
  2. ^ Ball, Warwick (July 1992). "Review". Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. Third (Cambridge University Press on behalf of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland) 2 (2): 288–294. JSTOR 25182537. 
  3. ^ Baskin, Mark (January 2003). "Review: Post-Conflict Administration and Reconstruction". International Affairs (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the Royal Institute of International Affairs) 79 (1): 161–170. doi:10.1111/1468-2346.00300. JSTOR 3095546. 
  4. ^ Freedman, Lawrence D. (Sep–Oct 2004). "Review". Foreign Affairs (Council on Foreign Relations) 83 (5): 168–169. doi:10.2307/20034090. JSTOR 20034089. 
  5. ^ Dunbar, Charles (May 2006). "Review". International Journal of Middle East Studies (Cambridge University Press) 38 (2): 332–334. JSTOR 3879992. 
  6. ^ "Review". The American Political Science Review (American Political Science Organization) 77 (4): 1138. December 1983. doi:10.2307/1957715. JSTOR 1957716. 
  7. ^ "Review". The American Political Science Review (American Political Science Organization) 78 (4): 1205. December 1984. doi:10.2307/1955956. JSTOR 1955953. 
  8. ^ "Review". The American Political Science Review (American Political Science Organization) 79 (2): 617–618. June 1985. doi:10.2307/1956793. JSTOR 1956791. 
  9. ^ a b c Shroder, John F., Jr. (May 2006). "Review". International Journal of Middle East Studies (Cambridge University Press) 38 (2): 328–332. JSTOR 3879991. 
  10. ^ Barzin, Saeed (1992). "Review". Soviet Studies (Taylor & Francis, Ltd.) 44 (3): 543–544. JSTOR 152437. 
  11. ^ Axworthy, Michael (May 2005). "Review". International Journal of Middle East Studies (Cambridge University Press) 37 (2): 283–285. doi:10.1017/s0020743805332065. JSTOR 3879743. 
  12. ^ Brownlee, Jason (January 2007). "Review: Can America Nation-Build?". World Politics (Cambridge University Press) 59 (2): 314–340. doi:10.1353/wp.2007.0019. JSTOR 40060190. 
  13. ^ Costello, Vincent (June 2006). "Review". The Geographical Journal (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)) 172 (2): 172. doi:10.1111/j.1475-4959.2006.201_1.x. JSTOR 3873987. 
  14. ^ Falk, Richard (Spring 2005). "Review: Imperial Vibrations, 9/11, and the Ordeal of the Middle East". Journal of Palestine Studies (University of California Press on behalf of the Institute for Palestine Studies) 34 (3): 65–76. JSTOR 4486779. 
  15. ^ Johnston, Ron (September 2005). "Review". Annals of the Association of American Geographers (Taylor & Francis, Ltd. on behalf of the Association of American Geographers) 95 (3): 719–723. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8306.2005.00482_13.x. JSTOR 3693976. 
  16. ^ Polkinghorn, Brian (July 2006). "Review". The American Journal of Sociology (The University of Chicago Press) 112 (1): 299–301. doi:10.1086/507798. JSTOR 3804958. 
  17. ^ Stoneman, Richard (October 2006). "Review: Alexander, Cletus and the Dixie Chicks". The Classical Review. New (Cambridge University Press on behalf of The Classical Association) 56 (2): 418–419. JSTOR 3873710. 
  18. ^ Barbour, Nevill (April 1961). "Review". International Affairs (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)) 37 (2): 209. JSTOR 2611837. 
  19. ^ Emerson, John (April 1967). "Review". International Affairs (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the Royal Institute of International Affairs) 43 (2): 377–378. JSTOR 2614383. 
  20. ^ Kirk, George (October 1948). "Review". International Affairs (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the Royal Institute of International Affairs) 24 (4): 611–612. JSTOR 3017692. 
  21. ^ H. K. L. (Winter 1950). "Review". Books Abroad (University of Oklahoma) 24 (1): 78. doi:10.2307/40089032. JSTOR 40089031. 
  22. ^ Ziring, Lawrence (Autumn 2002). "Review: Contemporary Islam and the Burden of History". The Review of Politics (Cambridge University Press for the University of Notre Dame du lac on behalf of Review of Politics) 64 (4): 715–734. doi:10.1017/s0034670500035932. JSTOR 1408746. 
  23. ^ Barman, Thomas (July 1964). "Review". International Affairs (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the Royal Institute of International Affairs) 40 (3): 538–539. JSTOR 2610878. 
  24. ^ Salisbury, Robert Review Spectator 2 July 2005.
  25. ^ Rundle, Chris (May 2005). "Review". International Journal of Middle East Studies (Cambridge University Press) 37 (2): 298–299. doi:10.1017/s0020743805422060. JSTOR 3879752. 
  26. ^ Freedman, Lawrence D. (Nov–Dec 2006). "Review". Foreign Affairs (Council on Foreign Relations) 85 (6): 164–165. doi:10.2307/20032095. JSTOR 20042165. 
  27. ^ Krader, Lawrence (April 1964). "Review: Mongolia and the Mongols: Several Views". Economic Development and Cultural Change (The University of Chicago Press) 12 (3): 332–336. JSTOR 1152271. 
  28. ^ Loizos, Peter (September 1980). "Review: Television Production. Granada Television’s Disappearing World Series: An Appraisal". American Anthropologist. New (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the American Anthropoligical Association) 82 (3): 573–594. doi:10.1525/aa.1980.82.3.02a00220. JSTOR 677459. : Won New York and Trento Film/TV Festival awards
  29. ^ Griffiths, P. J. (January 1964). "Review". International Affairs (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the Royal Institute of International Affairs) 40 (1): 156–157. JSTOR 2609770. 
  30. ^ Thornton, Rod (June 2009). "Review: Afghanistan: A War Zone Revisited". International Studies Review (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of The International Studies Association) 11 (2): 389–390. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2486.2009.00863.x. JSTOR 40389076. 
  31. ^ "Review: Vining's "An Inglorious Columbus"". The American Naturalist (The University of Chicago Press for The American Society of Naturalists) 19 (10): 978. October 1885. doi:10.1086/274071. JSTOR 2450279. 
  32. ^ Ganguly, Sumit (Nov–Dec 2002). "Review:Pakistan’s Slide into Misery: Exploring a Half-Century of Misrule". Foreign Affairs (Council on Foreign Relations) 81 (6): 153–159. JSTOR 20033352. 
  33. ^ Ewing, J. Franklin (February 1958). "Review". American Anthropologist. New (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the American Anthropological Association) 60 (1): 190–191. JSTOR 665640. 
  34. ^ Bokhari, Kamran A. (May 2006). "Review". International Journal of Middle East Studies (Cambridge University Press) 38 (2): 334–335. JSTOR 3879993. 

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