BOOK REVIEW: The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War
Written by Craig Whitlock. Simon & Schuster. Hard cover, 346 pp, US$30.00
Reviewed by: Amit Sengupta
Even as severe starvation and a killer drought stalk many parts of Afghanistan, and with women’s rights and human rights at a delicate threshold under an oppressive all-male regime, and even while the world has not really recognized a Taliban regime filled with hardened fundamentalists, hardliners and those wanted for terrorist…
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