Fenton, Roger; Gallagher, Maggie
August 1983
New Republic;8/29/83, Vol. 189 Issue 9, p17
Focuses on the war in Afghanistan due to the Soviet Union's invasion. Terms of the peace settlement between Pakistan and the regime of Afghanistan President Babrak Karmal, sponsored by the United Nations; Advantages of possession of Afghanistan to the Soviet Union; Details of resistance posed by the people of Afghanistan; Response of the Soviet to resistance activity.


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