|Azoy, G. Whitney|
|Buzkashi : game and power in Afghanistan / G. Whitney Azoy.|
|Illinois. : Waveland Press, Inc., c2003.|
|1 online resource (xvi, 160 pages).|
|Symbol and culture.|
|This edition in English.|
|Afghanistan -- Social life and customs.|
|Buzkashi, game and power in Afghanistan.|
|DS354 .A96 2003 USE ONLINE|
|Byrd, William A., author.|
|Afghanistan's looming fiscal crisis : what can be done? / William A. Byrd.|
|Washington, D.C. : United States Institute of Peace, 2014.|
|1 online resource (4 pages)|
|Peace brief ; 177|
|Fiscal policy -- Afghanistan.|
|Internal revenue -- Afghanistan.|
|Budget deficits -- Afghanistan.|
|United States Institute of Peace, issuing body.|
|Y 3.P 31:26/177.|
|Enduring voices : oral histories of the U.S. Army experience in Afghanistan, 2003-2005 / Christopher N. Koontz, general editor.|
|Washington, D.C. : Center of Military History, United States Army, 2008.|
|1 online resource (vii, 569 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color), map..|
|CMH pub ; 70-112-1. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n84735674.|
|Foreword -- Preface -- 1: US army and Afghanistan, 2001-2005 – 2: Planning and directing a campaign: General Barno in Afghanistan -- 3: Building the command -- 4: Waging war -- 5: Security and assistance -- Glossary -- Index -- Charts -- Maps -- Illustrations.|
|From GPO Bookstore: Contains an anthology of sixteen oral histories that chronicle the establishment of Combined Forces Command-Afghanistan. Includes a lengthy interview with Lt. Gen. David W. Barno, the first commander of the new headquarters, in which he discusses the strategic challenges of Afghanistan, the coordination of political and military efforts by his command, and the development and implementation of a counterinsurgency strategy that considered the complexity of the Afghan insurgency.|
|United States. Combined Forces Command--Afghanistan – History
Afghan War, 2001- -- Personal narratives, American.
Counterinsurgency -- Afghanistan.
Postwar reconstruction -- Afghanistan.
|Koontz, Christopher N. (Christopher Noel), editor.
Center of Military History, issuing body.
Oral histories of the U.S. Army experience in Afghanistan, 2003-2005.
|Graham, Mark (Mark A.), 1970-|
|Afghanistan in the cinema / Mark Graham.|
|Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2010. (Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 2014)|
|Online resource (196 pages) : illustrations|
|Introduction : haunted eyes -- Imperialist nostalgia. Getting in touch with our inner savage : The horsemen -- Butch and Sundance in Afghanistan : The man who would be king -- The new great game : Rambo III, The beast, and Charlie Wilson's war -- The burqa films. Land without images : Kandahar -- Afghan gothic : Osama -- Border crossings. The west unveiled : In this world -- The poetry of silence : Ellipsis -- A way to feel good again : The kite runner -- Conclusion : ending Charlie Wilson's war.|
|Afghanistan -- In motion pictures.|
|PWAC : Davoren Park S.A., 2007 copied.|
|DVD-ROM ; 81 min.|
Women in Afghanistan.
|Logan, Harriet, 1967-|
|Unveiled : voices of women in Afghanistan / Harriet Logan.|
|New York : ReganBooks, c2002.|
|xx, 101 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.|
|Col. ill. on lining papers.|
|Women -- Afghanistan -- Interviews.
Women -- Afghanistan -- Social conditions.
Women -- Afghanistan -- Pictorial works.
Women in Islam -- Afghanistan.
|Thompson Library Stack HQ1735.6 .L64 2002|
|Rich, Paul B., 1950- author.|
|Cinema and unconventional warfare in the twentieth century : insurgency, terrorism and special operations / Paul B. Rich.|
|London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2018.|
|1 online resource|
|Cover; Contents; List of Figures; Preface; Introduction; 1 Cinema's Encounter with Colonial Insurgencies; 2 Special Operations on Screen; 3 Hollywood, Terrorism and the Myth of Special Forces; 4 Italian Neorealism and Beyond; 5 The Mercenary Subgenre and Counter-Insurgency; 6 France's Bitter Retreat from Empire; 7 Israel and Reframing Siege Warfare into Counter-Terrorism; Epilogue; Notes; Select Filmography; Bibliography; Index|
|"Cinematic representations of unconventional warfare have received sporadic attention to date. However, this pattern has now begun to change with the rise of insurgency and counter-insurgency in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the growing importance of jihadist terrorism in the wake of 9/11. This ground-breaking study provides a much needed examination of global unconventional warfare in 20th-century filmmaking, with case studies from the United States, Britain, Ireland, France, Italy and Israel. Paul B. Rich examines Hollywood's treatment of counter terrorism and counter-insurgency in the United States; British post-colonial insurgencies in Malaya and Kenya and British special operations in the Second World War; the Irish conflict before and during the Troubles; French filmmaking and the reluctance to deal with the bitter war in Algeria in the 1950s; Italian neorealism and its impact on films dealing with urban insurgency by Roberto Rossellini, Nanni Loy and Gillo Pontecorvo, and Israel and the upsurge of Palestinian terrorism. Whilst only a small number of films on these conflicts have been able to rise above stereotyping insurgents and terrorists - in some cases due to a pattern of screen orientalism - Cinema and Unconventional Warfare in the Twentieth Century stresses the positive political gains to be derived from humanizing terrorists and terrorists movements, especially in the context of modern jihadist terrorism. This is essential reading for academics, postgraduates and advanced undergraduates interested in 20th-century military history, politics and international relations, and film studies."- Bloomsbury Publishing.|
|Terrorism in motion pictures.
Irregular warfare -- 20th century.
Insurgency -- Afghanistan -- 20th century.
|Shock & awe : the tour / a 2.13.61 Publications production ; a Music Link production ; producer/director, Michael Drumm.|
|Chatsworth, CA : Distributed by Image Entertainment, |
|1 videodisc (97 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Henry Rollins offers his uncensored opinions about the world around him. The tour features Rollins discussing the Gulf War and his opinions about George W. Bush.|
|Special features: photo gallery: Henry Rollins on tour in Afghanistan.|
|One-person shows (Performing arts)
Afghanistan -- Travel
|Waldman, Matt, author.|
|Navigating negotiations in Afghanistan / Matt Waldman.|
|Washington, D.C. : United States Institute of Peace, 2010.|
|1 online resource (5 pages)|
|Peace brief ; 52.|
|United States -- Foreign relations -- Afghanistan.
Afghanistan -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Afghanistan -- Politics and government -- 2001-
|United States Institute of Peace, issuing body.|