Mr. Karzai's Neighborhood

May 2009
Mother Jones;May/Jun2009, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p45
This article discusses the relations of various countries with Afghanistan. Pakistan is stated to view Afghanistan as a threat to its interest in India, and has supported the growth of the Sunni Islamist organization the Taliban in an attempt to balance power. Other countries mentioned as having political interest in the region include Saudi Arabia, Iran, and China.


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