The year 2014 has seen many books about Afghanistan, mainly historical and retrospective, putting the war in perspective. The one just published by photographer Lorenzo Tugnoli and writer Francesca Recchia is of another kind, anchored in both the present and the future, at a time when the country seems to have found a new leader.
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