The Rise Fall and Resurgence of the Taliban


The taliban were god-like figures for a war-torn country`s war-weary people they promised to rid the country of anarchy, lawlessness and disintegration and thus earned the support of afghans the taliban were defeated, or so we were told, by the americans when the frankstein came back to haunt them in short, this study is an in-depth analysis of the raison d`etre of the rise, fall and resurgence of the taliban about author : happyman jacob is lecturer at the centre for strategic and regional studies, university of jammu, jammu and kashmir he was formerly a research associate with the new delhi-based observer research foundation he was laso part of the human security in india project at the jnu, new delhi contents : introduction the rise pakistan and taliban- an unholy alliance other players the bin laden-taliban connection pakistan`s interests in afghanistan the fall

Author: Happymon Jacob
ISBN: 8187374438
Binding: Paperback, 148  Pages
Published Year: 2009
Language: English

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Weight 0.25 kg
Dimensions 21.2 × 14 × 0.9 cm


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