Return Of The Taliban: State, Society and Terror

Moving from the echoes of the past to the uncertainties of today, Apratim Mukarj’s "Return Of The Taliban: State, Society, and Terror" analyzes the Taliban's stranglehold on Afghanistan, revealing an unfortunate saga of people’s suffering.
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ISBN: 9788119670031
GTIN: 9788119670031
AuthorMukarji, Apratim
Pub Date17/12/2023
BindingHardback
Pages344
Country of OriginIndia
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From their rise to power in 1996 as self-proclaimed saviours and puritanical scholars with a mission to eliminate factionalism, corruption, and ideological deficiencies, to their ouster in 2001, and their triumphant return in 2021, the Taliban's stranglehold on Afghanistan is an unfortunate saga of people’s suffering amidst a brutal power struggle. Over two years have elapsed since the resurgence of these formidable terrorists to power, and their control remains unshaken. What sustains this hold? Unlike their first stint in power, the de facto Taliban government strives to establish diplomatic relations with the United States and the larger international community to navigate the dire situation.

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