Bruton, F. Brinley
September 2005
New Statesman;9/19/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4758, p18
Focuses on Afghani politician Malalai Joya. Review of how Joya is a candidate in Afghanistan's parliamentary elections on September 18, 2005; Suggestion that unlike other female candidates, Joya can count on broad male support; Criticism levied by Joya against the government for its inclusion of warlords; Comments from Joya regarding her work; Discussion of women's issues in Afghanistan.


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