Soviet-American Relations with Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan
Macmillan, 1987 - Afghanistan - 431 pages
This is a collective volume on Soviet-American relations with the three rimland states of Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan. The contributors argue that what happens in these three states would ultimately affect the states in the Gulf and the Middle East.
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