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Magazine articles on politics and society in Afghanistan.
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Chemistry World
February 8, 2008
Victoria Gill
Could Afghanistan's Opium Crop be Legalised? This year's opium harvest in Afghanistan will be 'shockingly high', according to figures released this week by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
November 2007
Kerry Howley
Reconstruction Mess Could anyone have predicted the failures of reconstruction in Iraq and Afghanistan? According to a new working paper, the public choice theorist Gordon Tullock did just that -- in 1965. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
September 2007
Joshua Hammer
Undaunted First Rory Stewart walked the breadth of Afghanistan. Then he took up a real challenge: restoring traditional architecture in Kabul. When Stewart is not overseeing his foundation, he is on the road wooing skeptics. mark for My Articles 108 similar articles
September 2007
The New Civil Service An excerpt from Rory Stewart's "The Places in Between," a best-selling work of travel literature based on the author's 600-mile walk across rural Afghanistan in the wake of the Taliban's fall. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 24, 2007
Simon Hadlington
Between a Rock and a Hard Place An important part of Afghanistan's reconstruction is to enable the Afghan population to make the most of the country's mineral wealth. Geological surveys from the UK, US, Japan and the Czech Republic are helping to rebuild the Afghanistan Geological Survey. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Spring 2006
Ali A. Jalali
The Future of Afghanistan Afghanistan is again at a crossroads. One road leads to peace and prosperity; the other leads to the loss of all that has been achieved. Everything depends on the level of international commitment to help Afghanistan emerge from the dark shadows of its recent past. mark for My Articles 345 similar articles
February 2006
Julian Sanchez
Blowing Off Steam The American Civil Liberties Union released its analysis of 44 autopsies and death reports on detainees who died in U.S. custody in Iraq and Afghanistan -- almost half were classed as homicides. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
December 2005
Jacob Sullum
Poppy Flop According to the U.N., efforts to halt opium production in Afghanistan resulted in cutting the acreage devoted to poppies by one-fifth. Yet opium production is virtually unchanged, and the country still accounts for an estimated 87% of the world's heroin mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Winter 2005/2006
Michael J. Mcnerney
Stabilization and Reconstruction in Afghanistan: Are PRTs a Model or a Muddle? Developed during the summer of 2002, the concept of Provincial Reconstruction Teams have the potential to become a model for future stabilization and reconstruction operations. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Autumn 2005
Sean M. Maloney
Afghanistan Four Years On: An Assessment The situation in Afghanistan has progressed to the point where guarded optimism is justified. Unfortunately, the perception of the situation on the ground has become distorted through the prism of American partisan politics. mark for My Articles 245 similar articles
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