Date of Submission

Spring 2014

Academic Programs and Concentrations

Division of Social Studies; Political Studies

Project Advisor 1

Walter Russell Mead

Abstract/Artist's Statement

Upon close inspection, the Soviet-Afghan War exists as a struggle on two fronts. On one level, the war was a struggle between the Chinese and the Soviets as both jockeyed for power and influence in Asia. On the other level, the war was a struggle between the divisiveness of tribal identities and Pakistani attempts to impose political unity under Islam.

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