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  1. Is America Helping Afghanistan? (At Issue Series) by Jann Einfeld, 2004-10-01
  2. Pakistan's Strategic Culture and Foreign Policy Making by Ijaz Khan, 2007-12-12
  3. Torn Between Two Cultures: An Afghan-American Woman Speaks Out (Capital Currents) by Maryam Qudrat Aseel, 2004-10
  4. Afghan Craftsmen: The Cultures of Three Itinerant Communities (Carlsberg Foundation's Nomad Research Project) by Asta Olesen, Ida Nicolaisen, 1994-08
  5. Thundering Zeus: The Making of Hellenistic Bactria (Hellenistic Culture and Society) by Frank L. Holt, 1999-04-30
  6. Afghanistan von innen und außen: Welten des Hindukusch (Edition Transfer) (German Edition) by Karl Wutt, 2010-05-12
  7. Crossing cultures & continents: the DOD supply chain in Afghanistan.: An article from: Defense Transportation Journal by Rod Mallette, 2009-09-01
  9. The Transformation of Europe's Armed Forces: From the Rhine to Afghanistan by Anthony King, 2011-01-31
  10. World Cultures and Geography Lands in transition Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and the Central Asian Republics Teacher's Edition by Inc. Publicom, 2002
  11. AFGHANISTAN - Oct. 30 - Taliban Remnants Take Their Revenge On Girls' Schools.: An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder
  12. Afghan Women, Media and Emerging Democracy: Social Evolution in Post-Taliban Afghanistan by Khorshied Samad, 2009-09-03
  13. Recommendations for Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Projects: An Assessment of Water Related Environmental Health Impacts in the Bagrami District of Kabul Province, Afghanistan by Mumtaz Ahmad Ahmadi, Robin Saha, 2009-10-06
  14. Coalition Casualties in Afghanistan: Coalition casualties in Afghanistan, United States Forcescasualties in the war in Afghanistan, Operation Slipper, ... Forces casualties in Afghanistan since 2001

81. Greeks Of Afghanistan
History of Ancient Greek colonies in afghanistan, reproduced from a newsgroup.Category Regional Asia afghanistan Society and culture History...... From nikita Newsgroups soc.culture.greek,soc.culture.afghanistan Subject Re Greeksof afghanistan Date 9 Jan 1996 152759 GMT Organization Unipalm PIPEX

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83. ICARP - Afghanistan
LemarAftaab This is an excellent online magazine that focuses onthe heritage, culture and arts of afghanistan. Its rich content

84. INA: Produits: Culture: Les Soufis D'afghanistan
Translate this page Vidéos, Les soufis d'afghanistan. Arnaud Desjardins a vécu avecla communauté des Maîtres Soufis en afghanistan et a pu filmer
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85. Society And Culture
photo gallery. Category Regional Asia afghanistan Society andCulture http// 2,
Afghan Culture Association The organisation based in France presents itself, offers a bibliography, folk music and a photo gallery.
Category: Regional > Asia > Afghanistan > Society and Culture
Afghan Exile Puts His Mind At His Country's Service
A lawyer from Reading explains why he has joined the "Return of Qualified Afghans" programme.
Category: Regional > Asia > Afghanistan > Society and Culture,1284,739833,00.html Afghan Exiles Cautious About Return People who fled the country in the last 20 years are optimistic about the changes that have taken place in the country in the past three months, but adopt a wait-and-see attitude before heading back Category: Regional > Asia > Afghanistan > Society and Culture Afghan Hindu Site Information about Afghan Hindus, their culture, language and life. Includes news, links and a message board. Category: Regional > Asia > Afghanistan > Society and Culture

(Josephine Powell). Greek assistance to afghanistan will continueaccording to Minister of culture Evangelos Venizelos. As you know

87. AsiaSource: Arts & Culture - A Resource Of The Asia Society
Arts culture Features Cultural Heritage Preservation in Asia The destructionof the Bamiyan Buddhas in afghanistan in March 2001 made it clear that the
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Asia EXPERTS specialists database Asia EVENTS worldwide calendar Asiain NYC cultural travel guide Asia BOOKS online bookstore Asia BULLETIN email updates RESOURCES Asian Holidays Business Protocol Chronologies Country Comparison ... press releases Information on the Asia Society, its programs, publications, exhibitions, regional centers, membership, and more. Stay informed of Asia Society events with free weekly updates. Subscribe Become an Asia Society Member and receive: invitations to member-only receptions, discounts on tickets to performances, films and lectures, and purchases at Asia Store; and much more. Montien Boonma: Temple of the Mind (February 4 - May 11, 2003) This Asia Society exhibition, focusing on one of Asia's most distinguished contemporary artists, traces Montien Boonma's artistic development in the context of his deep faith in Buddhism. Boonma's striking installations, combining industrial and ephemeral materials such as spices and fragrances, explore the notion of artworks as contemplative space for viewer's participation and meditation. Interview with Lee Jeong-hyang, Director of

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89. Afghanistan - Books On Afgani History And Culture
Books on afghanistan Politics, History, culture, Travel and Wars from theRaj to the Russians, the Taliban and the UN. Books on afghanistan.
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Links Afghanistan in the 1970's - A Travel Diary
Afghanistan: Key to a Continent
John C. Griffiths
Westview Press Out of Print - Try Used Books Afghanistan Michael Howarth Chelsea house Afghanistan Under Soviet Domination, 1964-83 Anthony Hyman St Martins Press Caravan Darryl Ligasan (Illustrator), Lawrence Jr. McKay Out of Print - Try Used Books Caravans to Tartary by Sabrina Michaud, Roland Michaud Disposable People? : The Plight of Refugees Judy Mayotte Orbis Books Conflict in Afghanistan (Flashpoint) J. Griffiths Rourke Pub Group Afghanistan Du Communisme au Fondamentalisme L. Harmattan, Paris An Account of the Kingdom of Caubul and Its Dependencies in Persia, Tartary and India Comprising a View of the Afghaun Nation and A History of the Dooraunee Monarchy Mountstuart Elphinstone. Reprint of 1815 publication. 1998 Out of Print - Try Used Books Afghan Buzkashi : Power Games and Gamesmen Edited by Sreedhar and Mahendra Ved.

90. Afghanistan: Tradition, Modernism Fight To Dominate A Culture By Indira A.R. Lak
afghanistan TRADITION, MODERNISM FIGHT TO DOMINATE A culture 17 October 2002 Inthe streets and in mosques, on the airwaves and in Cabinet meetings, a battle
17 October 2002: In the streets and in mosques, on the airwaves and in Cabinet meetings, a battle is raging between conservatives and moderates for the soul of post-Taliban Afghanistan. By Indira A.R. Lakshmanan, Boston Globe
With the fall of the extremist regime, President Hamid Karzai and other foreign-educated moderates returned from exile, bringing with them a glimmer of hope for modernist reforms. But their voices are in danger of being drowned out by traditionalists - ironically, not loyalists to the Taliban, but to the Northern Alliance faction that dominates the government. The struggle over what Afghans should wear, see, and think is also a fight over which vested interests will run the country.
As it has been for the past 23 years, Islam is being used as a battleground for rival powers, each claiming to be the true interpreter of the Koran.
In the months after the fall of the Taliban, US-supported moderates came to prominence, but conservatives exerted their influence and gained a majority of Cabinet seats during the grand assembly, or loya jirga, in June. Which camp prevails in the future will determine not only the country's leadership and its willingness to cooperate with the US-led military campaign, but also the face of Afghan society and perhaps even the pace of economic development.

91. Ministère De La Culture De La République Turque - Afghanistan
Translate this page CE QU’ILS DISENT POUR ATATURK ! afghanistan. Nous étions dans notre maisonà Rome. Ministère de la culture de la République Turque 2002.

92. Republic Of Turkey, Ministry Of Culture - Afghanistan
Translate this page Man sagt über Atatürk, afghanistan. Wir befanden uns in unseremHaus in Rom und hörten Radio. Sie können sich gar nicht vorstellen

93. Bits Of Culture - Afghanistan
Bits of culture. PointTo-Talk Booklets. Additional Resources. BITS OF culture -afghanistan. Languages. Map. Cultural Values. Main Religion Death Concepts/Rituals.
BITS OF CULTURE - Afghanistan Languages Map Cultural Values Health Care Values ... Interesting Facts Languages Official language:
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94. L'Afghanistan Au XXe Siècle - Culture & Révolution
Translate this page dix ans après le retrait des troupes soviétiques où en est l'afghanistan ? URLd'origine de cette page http//
Le choix de mettre les talibans au pouvoir

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Le choix de mettre les talibans au pouvoir
Le 20 janvier 2002 Puf, 1992, pages 460-461
Le Monde er octobre 2001
Vincent Monteil , seuil, 1982, page 236
Vincent Monteil op. cit. page 106
Helmut Gruber International Communism in the era of Lenin , A Fawcett Premier Book, 1967, page 96
The Communist International 1919-1943. Documents. Volume I. 1919-1922 , pages 105-109
Le Monde , 3 septembre 1990
, Armand Colin, Collection U, 1965, page 228.
op. cit. page 229 Le Livre noir du communisme , Robert Laffont, 1997, pages 768-778 Le Monde Vincent Monteil op. cit. page 127 Sylvain Boulouque ibid. Henri Grimal op. cit. pages 131-138 Henri Grimal op. cit. pages 178-192 Henri Grimal op. cit. pages 127-130 Sylvain Boulouque ibid. Pierre Naville , EDI Paris, 1967, pages 61-65 , Armand Colin, 1966, pages 107-14 Nations Unies Rapport sur la situation sociale dans le monde , New York, 1961, page 7 Nations Unies Rapport sur la situation sociale dans le monde , New York, 1961, page 89 Patrice de Beer ibid.

95. Afghanistan  Chief Shows Off His Culture
Chief nbsp5/27/2002 25325 PM To Chief The Current Fighting in afghanistan Jefffrom Ben nbsp5/23/2002 21429 PM Chief shows off his culture Ben nbsp5/23
HTMW Wars CIC DLS ... War with Iraq April 2, 2003 Home Feedback Book Reviews Military Humor ... Previous Topic Subject: Chief shows off his culture Date: 5/23/2002 1:57:08 PM From: Ben Lets put it in his words: "Ya i am learing englsih from your wife in your bed room when you are not at home,she si a very good teacher. ;)"
Such fantasy laden sexual boasts are actually a hallmark of Arab teen male culture. It's quite ironic that most of them aren't even sure, at this stage in their lives, what a woman actually looks like. based on this, I can presume Chief is quite young, inexperienced, and utterly lacking in wisdom, a condition that in his culture is generally permanent. Replies to this thread:
paranoid delusions- Bear in mind the history!
Ben 8/20/2002 1:45:29 PM
Vulture 8/20/2002 11:29:09 AM
gary 8/20/2002 10:41:44 AM
GARY 8/20/2002 10:39:34 AM
SPY MAN 8/18/2002 5:48:27 AM
RE:The Current Fighting in Afghanistan-You are missing the point 8/18/2002 1:12:37 AM

96. Pre-Islamic Vedic Culture In Afghanistan
PRE – ISLAMIC VEDIC culture IN afghanistan. (hereunder IS A freerenderingof an Article Muzaffar Hussain contributed to the Hindi daily.
PRE – ISLAMIC VEDIC CULTURE IN AFGHANISTAN (hereunder IS A free-rendering of an Article Muzaffar Hussain contributed to the Hindi daily. Ranchi Express, dated Sunday, 27 February 2000) The very kandhar city in Afghanistan which was recently the secently the scene of a perilous hijack by Muslim / militants, of nearly 200 persons in an Indian aeroplance. Even less than 50 years ago the Hindu population in kandhar was 150,000/- While the Sikhs Numbered 25,000. Kandhar is the current matpronunciation of the Sanskrit term Gandhar which was the capital of a flourishing ancient Hindu kingdom. Gandhari belonged to the region. After their dafeat their defeat in the Mahabharat war,many of the kaurva descendants settled in the kandhar region which was their maternal home. From there they gradually moved to what are currently know as iraq and Saudi Arbia.. in ancient Times Arab horses were welknown for their fine breed (Arva in Sanskrit signifies a horse. Consequently the Sanskrit term Arvasthan / currently mal-prounced as Arbastan) signifies ‘a land of horses.’) Being warriors. Kaurvas highly appreciated the well-bred horses of the region. That is why they named the region as Arvasthan.

97. Afghanistan A Portrait Of People And Culture Through Art.
People of afghanistan.
People of Afghanistan

98. Cultural Pages
Muslims Worldwide Celebrate Ramadan. Images of afghanistan. Photographs by A.Raffaele Ciriello. The Victor Weeps afghanistan, photo book by Fazal Sheikh.
Cultural Pages
Please note: The information in this section comes from various sources, and opinions expressed here do not represent the official views of the Association of Peace and Democracy for Afghanistan.
Muslims Worldwide Celebrate Ramadan
Images of Afghanistan
Photographs by A. Raffaele Ciriello
"The Afghan Folio", Photoessay by Luke Powell
The Victor Weeps: Afghanistan , photo book by Fazal Sheikh
Books About Afghanistan
Poems of Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi
13th Century Afghan poet
Contemporary Afghan poetry
collected by Sayed Fawad Hassan
A Translation (from Dari to English) of the beginning Ghazal
From the Ghazaliyat of Mirza Abdul Qadir-I Beidil
By: Qasem Ghazanfar
a Poem in Persian, by Qasem Ghazanfar
Afghanistan is located in central Asia. This map provides some general information Another source for maps of Afghanistan and its cities is The Perry-Casta–eda Library Map Collection of The University of Texas at Austin.

99. France Culture - Enjeux Internationaux
Translate this page Dessart Laurent Les pachtounes économie et culture d'une aristocratie guerrière,afghanistan, Pakistan L'Harmattan (2001) Radioscopie du peuple pachtoune,

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... français à l'étranger > ACTUALITE reportage multimédia les archives les dossiers la guerre en Irak ... > LES ORCHESTRES > RADIO FRANCE les programmes le groupe RF les événements émissions en public ... Mes émissions Du lundi au vendredi de 7h18 à 7h30 Présentation Aujourd'hui A venir Archives ... Livres-clés du 03 Avril 2003 États-Unis/Irak Emission du 03 Avril 2003 Les conséquences du côut réel de la guerre contre l'Irak sur l'économie américaine. Consulter la bibliographie du 17 février dans la fenbêtre "Archives" Invités Jean-François Daguzan - Docteur en sciences politiques. - Docteur en droit. - Maître de recherche à la FRS (Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique) - Rédacteur en chef de la revue Géoéconomie. - Directeur des recherches à la Fondation Mediterranéenne des Etudes Stratégiques (FMES). Livres Jean-François Daguzan, dir Les Etats-Unis et la Méditerranée Publisud (2002) Analyse le rôle stratégique que les Etats-Unis ont joué, jouent et joueront longtemps en Méditerranée

100. || Big Bucks For Afghanistan
P, Big Bucks for afghanistan (News) By imrdkl Mon Nov 25th, 2002 at 045353 PMEST, Big promises for afghanistan summary from the Tokyo donors conference.

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Mon Nov 25th, 2002 at 04:53:53 PM EST
Late last week, the US Congress authorized almost $3 billion in aid to Afghanistan over the next four years. Not bad for a lame duck session. All that's needed now is a plan for how to spend the money - a plan which must be formed by the President. In this article you'll find out more about what the Congress has specified about that plan, and what they have to say to some of the other nations who made big promises earlier this year to help out. From reading the legislation (see link below), it's clear that the Congress means to clean up the mess in Afghanistan. The Bush Administration, formerly wary and even mocking of nation-building, has now somewhat grudgingly joined the cause. GWB has now been given authorization to spend nearly $2 billion over the next two years, just to get the job started. Before he can start, however, the President must seek the appropriation of the money from Congress, which means making the appropriations a priority early in the next congressional session. It's clear that the attention of the public has already begun to shift, and so it's best to attack the problem early in the year. The bill states that the USA, and the international community should support efforts that advance democracy, provide expertise to meet immediate humanitarian and refugee needs, fight the flow of narcotics, and aid in the reconstruction of Afghanistan. Also noted is support for the

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