Challenge to The New Political and Military Order

Brunet, Ariane
March 2003
Women & Environments International Magazine;Spring2003, Issue 58/59, p18
Reports on the politics and government in Afghanistan. Women's rights in the country; Challenges in the reconstruction of Afghanistan.


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