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Piotr Balcerowicz. 2001.” Afghanistan at the Cross-Roads.” Dialogue & Universalism. 11(11/12): 97.

ABSTRACT: Focuses on the impact of the terrorism in the U.S. on the status of Afghanistan. Examines the political, historical, and ethical assumptions of fundamentalists on the concept of open society; Criticism on the military involvement of the U.S. in the nation; Personal view of Ahmad Shah Masood, the legendary commander of democratic anti-Taliban opposition, on the status of the country.

Noam Chomsky. 2003. “Wars of Terror.” New Political Science. 25(1): 113.

ABSTRACT: Comments on various issues related to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S. Importance of U.S. foreign policy in determining consequences of these terrorist attacks; Moral standards on the basis of which a proper reaction to these attacks can be initiated; Various steps taken by the U.S. government to abolish Taliban rule over Afghanistan.

Jack M. Beard. 2002. “America’s New War on Terror: The Case for Self-Defense under International Law.” Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy. 25(2): 559.
ABSTRACT: Focuses on different issues related to the campaign launched by the U.S. government to prevent terrorism. Provisions on self-defense under the international law; U.S. policy enacted in line with the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack; U.S. military operations launched in Afghanistan and the response of the government to previous terrorist attacks; Relation of the U. S with other Middle East countries.
Well-written, point-by-point analysis and support of U.S. invocation of the right of self-defense in invading Afghanistan. Discusses history of invocations of the right to self-defense and world reaction. Compares strength of 9/11 claim relative to past claims. Discusses of state responsibility for an attack by a non-state actor.

Globalization and the Neoliberal Labor Market: Education Commodification and the Growth of Study Abroad

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Education Policy Talk

Gender policies in Afghanistan are part of the post 9/11 humanitarian carnival”

Why engaging men and boys is crucial for building community support Girls education in Afghanistan

9 things to love about Afghanistan.

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Schools for Conflict or for Peace in Afghanistan, By Dana Burde