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Articles about afghanistan

Travel & Places
by x3xsolxdierx3x
9 years ago
Afghanistan Campaign Medal

After the horrendous internationally condemned events of September 11th, 2001, the country of Afghanistan quickly emerged as a focal hot bed of United States' Military (and it's many Coalition allies) anti-terrorism combat activities. While Afghanistan had always been a place of great internal conflict leading up to September...

Lifestyle
by Mike Sage
9 years ago
How the Media Hides the Truth About US Afghan Deaths

Can you believe what you read in the headlines? It depends on the media outlet, and whether they have a vested interest in deceiving you.

Lifestyle
by JadeDragon
8 years ago
Christianity in Afghanistan

It is tough to be an Afghanistan Christian. It actually can prove deadly to be a Christian in Afghanistan. Find out about the current state of religious freedom in Afghanistan.

History
by DubeluWriter
5 years ago
Why Are 9/11 Conspiracy Theories So Preposterous?

9/11 conspiracy theories started out on the internet. Do the people behind them actually make sense or are these theories completely bogus?

Entertainment
by Karl Magi
7 years ago
Beautiful Music from a War-Torn Land

Despite the image of war and destruction Afghanistan has a rich musical heritage.

Travel & Places
by MrRooibos
7 years ago
Rebuilding the Middle East: Foreign Aid in Afghanistan

A discussion of the dire management on crucial foreign aid dollars in Afghanistan.

History
by MrRooibos
7 years ago
The Reign of Terror: The American Government's Abuse of Power (Part 1)

An analysis of the way in which the American government abused it's power following the September 11 terrorist attacks.

History
by MrRooibos
7 years ago
The Reign of Terror: The American Government's Abuse of Power (Part 2)

An analysis of the way in which the American government abused it's power following the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Entertainment
by Deborah-Diane
10 years ago
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, a book review

"The Kite Runner" by Khaled Hosseini is the story of two boys who grow up in Afghanistan prior to the Russian invasion. Discover what happens when one moved to America and the other remains behind. A hauntingly beautiful story, but you may want to read the full review before you decide if it is right for you.

Lifestyle
by John Krause
7 years ago
Security Sector Reform: Building Partner Nations' Defense Institution Capacity

As the United States military mission recedes in Afghanistan and reductions in defense spending looming, policymakers must reassess how the U.S. will fight terrorism, protect U.S. interests abroad, maintain influence, and shape the international security environment. Large U.S. military presence abroad is neither politically feasible nor financially sustainable. U.S. engagement strategy must adapt by using creative means of influencing partner nations to enhance their military capabilities and ensure regional security.

Entertainment
by Bigyo
7 years ago
My take on the movie "Argo"?

I believe that as the U.S government prepares for war in Iran, they're trying to mentally prepare the masses so the war doesn't backfire in their faces. They need the support of the people in anything they do otherwise they will just look like the totalitarian bad guy.

Entertainment
by Astoria_Love
9 years ago
Hannah Montana Forever Episode Guide S 4 Ep 6: Been There All Along

This is episode 6 of Hannah Montana Forever, the final season of the Hannah Montana series. In this Hannah Montana Forever episode, Been There All Along, Robby Ray feels slighted when Miley blows off their father-daughter time to go out with Jesse. Miley eventually realizes how lucky she...

by Eileen Kersey
10 years ago
Gordon Brown is in a no win situation, yet again

Gordon Brown just cannot seem to get it right can he? As Prime Minister of The UK he has many tasks to perform that will not sit well or easily on his shoulders. Sending a letter to the mother of a British Serviceman, killed in active service,...

Lifestyle
by SharonWatterson
9 years ago
Chocomize custom designed chocolate

Just like 'make it yourself' ice cream cones with all the fixin's, candy hearts, jimmies, M&M's, nuts, and fruit, candy bars can now be prepared at the whim of the individual palate. With over 90 ingredients to select from, customers can choose up to five toppings to complement dark,...

Lifestyle
by saruman
8 years ago
Lifestyle
by MrRooibos
7 years ago
U.S. Foreign Aid: A Historical Overview

An overview of U.S. foreign aid policy from 1945 to the present day.

Entertainment
by x3xsolxdierx3x
10 years ago
Making Time for our Military through Care Packages

Today's society is constantly on the go; meetings to get to; lunch with a friend, waiting to catch a flight, and many other daily activities that strive and compete for our precious time and energy. It is so easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle...

Lifestyle
by JadeDragon
8 years ago
Where Seventh-day Adventists Are Not Yet: Asia

Seventh-day Adventists can be found in over 200 countries and territories of the world, but here is a look at some of the countries and territories that Adventists have not entered yet.

Technology
by x3xsolxdierx3x
10 years ago
Best Facebook Groups Ever

In the evolving world of Facebook Group growth and development, only a small handful of Facebook Groups are fortunate enough to be included in such a prestigious list amongst their hopeful peers. Whether these Facebook Group creators have created their groups with the sole intention of...

Entertainment
by cerande
6 years ago
5 Hyped Shows Worth All The Hype

The article contains  five most hyped shows of the last few years, but unlike a few others, deserve all the hype.

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