We have resumed your online order deliveries. However due to the prevailing COVID-19 lockdown, the delivery time may take longer than usual. We appreciate your understanding and support to continue serving you safely and responsibly. Stay home, stay safe and keep learning!
The Impact of the Afghan-Soviet War on Pakistan
Since December 1979, when Soviet troops first entered Afghanistan, the country has remained a focal point in regional and global politics. With a focus on the 1980s, The Impact of the Afghan-Soviet War on Pakistan delves into both Afghanistan’s history and the involvement of superpowers in shaping its present situation. Through the investigation of a complex and highly politicized war, the author demonstrates the direct correlation between Pakistan’s society, politics, and economy with the state of affairs in Afghanistan. In a world currently fighting the War on Terror, this book serves as a useful examination of the region and emphasizes that a peaceful Afghanistan is crucial for a peaceful Pakistan.
Dr Imrana Begum is an Assistant Professor, with a focus on Pakistan Studies, at NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi. She completed her Master’s in History (1994) and PhD in European Studies (2010) from the University of Karachi. Her papers have been published locally and internationally with topics ranging from ‘The 18th Constitutional Amendment: A case study of FATA’ to ‘Chinese growing diplomatic, strategic and economic interest in Afghanistan’, and ‘Durand Line: A legacy of colonial rule’. The author has also presented papers at conferences around the world.