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دانشجویان استاد اشتریان_دانشکده ی حقوق و علوم سیاسی دانشگاه تهران.اسفند 1388

کتابنامه

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(the Press and others)

1.    ’At the Birthplace of the Taliban’, Time Magazine, 21 September 2001

2.    ’Taliban Ideology Lives on in India’, On-line Asia Times, 12 December 2001 (www.atimes.com/ind-pak/CL12Df01.html)

3.    Ahmad, Eqbal, ‘What after strategic depth?’ Dawn, 23 August 1998.

4.    Burns, John and Levine, Steve, ‘How Afghans’ stern rules took hold’, New York Times, 11 December 1996.

5.    Business Recorder, ‘Afghan transit trade destroyed local industry, says NWFP Chief Minister’, 15 December 1998.

6.    Darul Uloom Deoband, (http://www.darululoom-deoband.com/english/index.htm).

7.    Goldber, Jeffrey ‘Jihad U.: The Education of a Holy Warrior’, The New York Times Magazine, 25 June 2000.

8.    Harding, Luke ‘Out of India', The Guardian, 2 November 2001.

9.    Kartikeya Sharma, ‘Scholar’s Getaway’, The Week (www.the-week.com/21jul01/life)

10.  Rashid, Ahamed, ‘Isolated in Asia, Pakistan’s Afghan policy fails to reflect regional realities’, Far Eastern Economic review, 5 March 1998.

11.  Rashid, Ahmed, ‘Afghan conflict eroding stability in Taliban’, the Nation, 21. January 1998.

12.  Rashid, Ahmed, ‘Dangerous Liaisons’, Far Eastern Economic Review, 16 April 1998.

13.  Rashid, Ahmed, ‘Pakistan undermines UN in Peace Process’, the Nation, 23. January 1998.

14.  Roy, Oliver, ‘Domestic and Regional Implications of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan’, conference paper delivered at St. Antomy’s College, Oxford University, 24. April 1999.

15.  Winchester, Michael, ‘Ethnic cleaning in Afghanistan’, Asiaweek, 6 November 1998.

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