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Momentous changes have taken place in Afghanistan since the first edition of this Profile was published (Afghanistan: A Land in Shadow, Oxfam GB, 1998). Then the Taliban were tightening their grip on power
  Afghanistan Second edition  hris Johnson o Oxfam  First published by Oxfam UK and Ireland in 1998 o 85598 385 X)Reprinted by Oxfam GB in 2002Second edition published by Oxfam GB in 2004 o 85598 503 8) Available from: Bournemouth English Book Centre, PO Box 1496, Parkstone,Dorset, BH12 3YD, UKtel: +44 0)1202 712933; fax: +44 0)1202 712930;email: USA:  Stylus Publishing LLC, PO Box 605, Herndon, VA20172-0605, USAtel: +1 0)703 6611581; fax: +1 0)703 6611547;email: For details  of  local agents  and  representatives  in  other  countries, consult our  website: or contact  Oxfam  Publishing 274  Banbury  Road Oxford OX2 7DZ, UK tel:  +44  0)1865  jn }ii; fax:  +44  0)1865312 600; email:  website  contains a ully  searchable database  of all our titles,and facilities or  secure on-line  ordering. Oxfam GB is a registered charity, no. 202 918, and is amember of Oxfam International.© Oxfam GB 2004ISBN o 85598 503 8A catalogue record for this publication is available from theBritish Library.All rights reserved. Reproduction, copy, transmission, ortranslation of any part of this publication may be made onlyunder the following conditions:ã With the prior written permission of the publisher; orã With a licence from the Copyright Licensing Agency Ltd.,90 Tottenham Court Road, London WiP 9HE, UK, orfrom another national licensing agency; orã For quotation in a review of the work; orã Under the terms set out below.This publication is copyright, but may be reproduced by anymethod without fee for teaching purposes, but not for resale.Formal permission is required for all such uses, but normallywill be granted immediately. For copying in any othercircumstances, or for re-use in other publications, or fortranslation or adaptation, prior written permission must beobtained from the publisher, and a fee may be payable. Printed by Information Press, Eynsham ii FGH NIST N This book converted to digital file in 2010  Contents Introduction IAfghanistan: ancient and modern 3Imperial chess games 13The struggle for power continues 22The impact of September I I th  30Challenges for the future 35 Land,  livelihoods, and the environment 49Restoring services 58The return of refugees and displaced people 66Justice and human rights 73In conclusion 79Facts and figures 81Who s who in Afghanistan 82An Afghan chronology 84Sources and further reading 86Acknowledgements 86Oxfam in Afghanistan 87Index 89  FGH NIST N iii
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