The Taliban Reader PDF Free Download

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Genres: Regional Studies, Politics & Government, Warfare & Defence
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Pages: 320 pages
Binding: PDF
ISBN10: 0190908742
ISBN13: 9780190908744
Tags: Regional Studies eBooks, Politics & Government eBooks, Warfare & Defence eBooks, PDF Free Download
Language: en
Physical Form: eBook
Size: Medium
Type: Digital

Who are the Taliban? Are they a militant movement? Are they religious scholars? The fact that these and other questions are still raised with frequency is testimony to the way the movement has been studied, often at arm's length and with scant use of primary sources.

The Taliban Reader forges a new path, bringing together an extensive range of largely unseen sources in a guide to the Afghan Islamist movement from a unique insider perspective. Ideal for students, journalists and scholars alike, this book is the result of an unprecedented, decade-long effort to encourage the emergence of participant-centered accounts of Afghan history.

This ground-breaking collection, ranging from news articles and opinion pieces to online publications and poems transcribed by hand in the field, sets the stage for a recalibration of how we understand and study the Afghan Taliban. It challenges researchers to forge new norms in the documentation of conflict and provides insight into the future trajectory of political Islamism in South Asia and the Middle East.


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