British and American Responses to the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan
This study uses the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan as a focal point for examining British and American foreign policies at the start of the New Cold War, and the special Anglo-American relationship. The book seeks to identify the components and manifestations of that relationship.
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Conflict in Afghanistan: A Historical Encyclopedia
Limited preview - 2003