Holy Blood: An Inside View of the Afghan War

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PERIODICALS
AFGHANews [Jamiat Islami Afghanistan, Peshawar] 5:20 (October 15, 1989); 5:15(August 1, 1989); 5:22 (November 15, 1989); 6:1 (January 1, 1990); 6:7 (April 1, 1990); 6:23 (December 1, 1990); 7:4 (February 15, 1991); 7:11 (June 1, 1991); 8:13(July 1, 1992).
Afghan Information Center, Monthly Bulletin76 (July 1987).
Afghan Media Resource Center, Report393 (August 25, 1988).
Afghanistan Forum19:6 (November 1991), 21:1 (January, 1993).
Asian Survey28:11 (November 1988).
Asian Wall Street Journal,March 9, 1992.
Atlantic,November 1985.
Central Asia:13 (Winter 1983), 15 (Winter 1985), 16 (Summer 1986).
Economist306 (April 16, 1988).
Encounter,May 1988.
Esprit,April 1982.
Far Eastern Economic Review [FEER] 133 (March 5, 1987); 140 (June 16, 1988); 142(October 6, 1988); 143 (March 2, 1989); 144 (April 13, 1989); 145 (July 13, 1989); 154 (December 19, 1991).Financial Times,January 19, 1988.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung,July 23, 1988.
Free Afghanistan:1 (1984), 2 (Summer 1985), 9 (Summer 1988).
Frontier Post [Peshawar], August 10, 1988; October 7 & 21, 1988; July 17 & 19, 1989.
History Today,April, 1991.
International Journal of Middle East Studies:21:1 (February 1989).
Kraznaya Zvezda (Red Star),January 28, 1982.
Leviathan:1 (1985).
Los Angeles Times,October 21, 1988.
Modern Asian Studies:15(2) (1981).
The Nation [Pakistan], March 30, 1988; April 19, 1988.
New Left Review:112 (1978).
New York Review of Books,December 18, 1986; June 27, 1991; November 7, 1991.
New York Times [NYT], May 4, 1983; September 4, 1988; September 12, 1988; December 1, 1988; April 23, 1989; June 8, 1989; December 25, 1989.
New Yorker,April 11, 1988.
Oregonian [Portland], May 15, 1988; February 15, 1989.
People,October 24, 1988.
Scientific American,October 1989, March 1990.
Der Spiegel,42:44 (November 4, 1988); 44:15 (April 9, 1990); 46:29 (July 13, 1992).
Stern,July, 1986.
Time120 (November 22, 1982).
Wall Street Journal,January 12, 1990.
Washington Post,October 24, 1989.
World Monitor,December 1988.
WUFA [Writers' Union of Free Afghanistan]: 1:1 (1985), 2:1 (1986), 2:2 (1987).
Die Zeit,March 11, 1988; September 30, 1988.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Peshawar 1
  • 2 - The Root of Stone 12
  • 3 - The Secret Office 18
  • 4 - The American Center 26
  • 5 - Quetta 39
  • 6 - The Failure of Magic 52
  • 7 - Into Kandahar 65
  • 8 - Across the Aghrendab 74
  • 9 - With Mullah Naqeeb 86
  • 10 - The Way Back 100
  • 11 - Between the Graves 114
  • 12 - Resistance Games 128
  • 13 - The Hills of Kunar 142
  • 14 - Slouching Toward Asmar 156
  • 15 - To the Frontline and Back 168
  • 16 - Departing the Triumphant Ruins 178
  • 17 - The Undiscovered Shores 188
  • Epilog 198
  • Notes 205
  • Bibliography 217
  • Periodicals 223
  • Index 225
  • About the Author 231
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