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Afghanistan: Interview with Nodari Simoniya

Lawrence Lifschultz and Nodari Simoniya
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 24, No. 51/52 (Dec. 23-30, 1989), pp. 2825-2828
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4395738
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Abstract

A Soviet academic expresses broad agreement with the views of Shafi Rastgo, an Afghan intellectual, on the role of the Loi Jirga in the process of restoration of peace in Afghanistan and elaborates on the background to the Soviet intervention, the dissent which emerged in the Soviet Union on this issue and the character of some revolutionary movements in the third world.

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