Subject Search for: World History and Culture / Afghanistan
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1.9111 Afghanistan and The Taliban.
The sixteen-page undergraduate paper looks at the history of Afghanistan and the reasons for why Taliban has emerged as ruling force in the country. It also explores, outside influence, if any the raise of their power and the route they have taken. 16 pgs. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Bibliography: 7 source(s) listed
Filename: 9111 Afghanistan Taliban History.doc
2.8325 Afghanistan 1979-92.
This five-page undergraduate paper discusses Afghanistan in 1979-92. 5 pgs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
Filename: 8325 Afghanistan 1979-92.doc
This eight-page high-school level paper discusses the aspects of the country of Afghanistan, including ethnicity, background, history, people, climate, population growth, religion, government, political parties, economics, and the military. 8 pgs. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This five-page paper presents a discussion on the Afghanistan Soviet Union War that began in 1979. The author details what lead to the war and the events of the war. The paper discusses the view from both sides of the war and how that war, though over, still affects relations today. There were four sources used to complete this paper. 5 pgs. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Bibliography: 2 source(s) listed
Filename: 6310 Russian Afghanistan War.doc
5.Comparing Ethical Relativism in Prison Conditions in England and Pakistan.
In comparing and contrasting the origins and the actualities of the prison systems of both England and Pakistan, it can be seen that the prison systems in both countries are subject to exploration via ethical relativism. In doing so, this paper critiques the notion that the ethical standards - essentially little more than blanket statements or assumptions - put forth by developed nations must be upheld throughout the world.
Bibliography: 6 source(s) listed
Filename: 14890 Ethical Relativism, Prison.doc
6.17218 Afghani Prisoners are Prisoners of War.
The United States, in its treatment of prisoners of war from Afghanistan, is clearly violating the Geneva Conventions. From the end of World War II until very recently, the United States has maintained an international posture as that of the keeper of laws and order. While we continue to act as the world's cop, the United States is in danger of destroying that which has made it such a strong nation - our integrity. It is the purpose of this essay to demonstrate that by treating all "detainees" from Afghanistan under rules governing terrorists rather than those of Prisoners Of War as defined under the Geneva Conventions, the United States is effectively making null rules that help to make the inhumane human, to make the damages of war a little less brutal. The United States is making a mistake, one that it cannot afford.
Bibliography: 4 source(s) listed
Filename: 17218 Afghani Prisoners, War.doc
This paper looks at Afghanistan and considers what factors would have made it a poor country even without the last two decades of war, considering environment, trade, population, social structure, and so on.
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Filename: 16126 Economic Development Afghanistan.doc