Afghanistan: Realities of War and Rebuilding
The various chapters in this book highlight the realities of war, atrocities of certain behaviors during the Russian invasion, factional conflicts, human right violations, and what the current administration is doing with the assistance of officials from the United Nations and other foreign countries such as France, Germany, Canada, the United States, and Turkey (just to name a few) to bring about some relief to the “injured” and “maimed” people of Afghanistan. The book is meant to be non-political...although it praises some of the recent actions taken by officials in the interim government and the current administration to bring about long-term security, peace, and prosperity in the country. The book is written for the general population’s awareness of facts as seen by an Afghan-born author and it is written for discussion material in colleges and universities throughout the world. Some of the international colleges and universities may also adopt this material for cross-cultural discussions, anthropology, understanding developing economies, and workforce skills needed in such labor markets.
Mujtaba, Bahaudin G., "Afghanistan: Realities of War and Rebuilding" (2005). HCBE Faculty Books and Book Chapters. 77.