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  • The Case for Islamo-Christian Civilizationby Richard W. Bulliet

    Columbia University Press 2004; US$ 26.99

    A preeminent Middle East scholar argues that beginning in the 1950s American policymakers misread the Muslim world. Instead of focusing on the growing discontent with the unpopular governments, the policymakers saw only a forum for liberal, democratic reforms within those governments. By fostering slogans like "clash of civilizations," and "what... more...

  • NATO in Afghanistanby Sten Rynning

    Stanford University Press 2012; US$ 25.95

    The war in Afghanistan has run for more than a decade, and NATO has become increasingly central to it. In this book, Sten Rynning examines NATO's role in the campaign and the difficult diplomacy involved in fighting a war by alliance. He explores the history of the war and its changing momentum, and explains how NATO at first faltered but then improved... more...

  • The Afghan Papersby Michael Clarke

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 47.95

    In 2006, British forces entered the Helmand Province of Afghanistan in what would become one of the defining military campaigns of the decade. At great cost in blood and treasure, the UK waged a protracted counter-insurgency against a resurgent Taliban. But how was the decision taken to commit Britain to such a difficult and drawn out campaign?... more...

  • No Lack of Courageby Bernd Horn; R.J. Hillier

    Dundurn 2010; US$ 9.99

    No Lack of Courage is the story of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Operation Medusa, the largely Canadian action in Afghanistan from 1 to 17 September 2006, to dislodge a heavily entrenched Taliban force in the Pashmul district of Afghanistans Kandahar Province. more...

  • Endgame in Afghanistanby Hiranmay Karlekar

    SAGE Publications 2012; US$ 36.00

    Taking an analytical multi-disciplinary approach, this book presents the kind of comprehensive picture of the Afghan war and its consequences that no other book has done more...

  • Arabian Society Middle Agesby Clifford Edmund Bosworth; Edward William Lane; Stanley Lane-Poole

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 44.95

    First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. more...

  • Afghanistan from the Cold War through the War on Terrorby Barnett R. Rubin

    Oxford University Press 2013; US$ 16.99 US$ 14.61

    Barnett Rubin has been one of the world's leading authorities on Afghanistan for over two decades, and in this work, he offers a comprehensive portrait of that country's tumultuous recent history. The book begins by tracing how Afghanistan became the first major post-Cold War conflict, and how Islamic radicalism took hold there. The second part focuses... more...

  • Above the Din of Warby Peter Eichstaedt

    Chicago Review Press 2013; US$ 21.99

    What will happen when international forces finally vacate Afghanistan? The answer to that question is unknown, but if there is any hope for Afghanistan, veteran journalist Peter Eichstaedt asserts, it is with its people.   After spending 2004 in Afghanistan working for the nonprofit Institute for War and Peace Reporting and helping build Afghanistan?s... more...

  • A Concise History of the Arabsby John McHugo

    The New Press 2013; US$ 26.99

    From Algeria and Libya to Egypt and Syria, the Arab world commands Western headlines, even as its complex politics and cultures elude the grasp of most Western readers and commentators. Perhaps no other region is so closely linked to contemporary U.S. foreign policy, and nowhere else does the unfolding of events have such significant consequences... more...

  • Danger Closeby Steve Call

    Texas A&M University Press 2010; US$ 19.95

    ?America had a secret weapon,? writes Steve Call of the period immediately following September 11, 2001, as planners contemplated the invasion of Afghanistan. This weapon consisted of small teams of Special Forces operatives trained in close air support (CAS) who, in cooperation with the loose federation of Afghan rebels opposed to the Taliban regime,... more...