In Distant War, Robert Nickelsberg and the international experts invited to contribute to the work offer a subtle analysis of the latent conflict that has devastated Afghanistan since the Soviet invasion in 1979 and whose consequences have been felt well beyond the country’s borders. In the space of 30 years, Afghanistan has become the center of a complex network that international negligence has allowed to take root, exporting and importing conflicts in a spiral of violence and social devastation.
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