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Nakamura Tetsu: humanitarian doctor, farmer, and hero of Afghanistan
The NATO Afghanistan War and US-Russian Relations: Drugs, Oil, and WarNATO−−
Launching the U.S. Terror War: the CIA, 9/11, Afghanistan, and Central Asia9.11
The Failure of Imagination: From Pearl Harbor to 9-11, Afghanistan and Iraq−−911
Roots of U.S. Troubles in Afghanistan: Civilian Bombing Casualties and the Cambodian Precedent——
Can Anyone Pacify the World's Number One Narco-State? The Opium Wars in Afghanistan—
Can the US Triumph in the Drug-Addicted War in Afghanistan? Opium, the CIA and the Karzai Administration—CIA
American Police Training and Political Violence: From the Philippines Conquest to the Killing Fields of Afghanistan and Iraq’
Invasion in the Name of Humanitarian Aid: The US in Afghanistan
America's Afghanistan: The National Security and a Heroin-Ravaged State
The United States and Afghanistan's Critical Moment
Mumbai Aftermath: U.S. Tilt Toward India Alienates Pakistan and Undermines War Prospects in Afghanistan [Updated]
Afghanistan, Iran, and US-Russian Conflict
The Coming Catastrophe: the American War in Afghanistan and Pakistan
US, Russia, NATO and the Future of Afghanistan: Taliban Resurgence and the Geopolitics of Oil
The Coming Change of Course in Afghanistan
Global Implications of China's Big Investment in Iraq and Afghanistan
The Maritime Self-Defence Force Mission in the Indian Ocean: Afghanistan, NATO and Japan's Political Impasse
The Slaying of Ito Kazuya: Japan in Afghanistan
Afghanistan's Vietnam Portent and American Will
Geopolitics of the Afghanistan War: US Elevates Pakistan to Regional Kingpin. Implications for Russia, NATO, Iran and the Arab States
Trying Bush's War Crimes: The International Criminal Tribunal for Afghanistan