November 2001
Dialogue & Universalism;2001, Vol. 11 Issue 11/12, p107
Academic Journal
Presents an interview with Ahmad Shah Masood, the legendary commander of democratic anti-Taliban opposition, on the historical and ethnic background of Afghanistan civil war. Character of the Taliban rules; Personal views of Masood on the success of the Taliban force; Opinion on the relations between the nation, Pakistan, and U.S. policy.


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