• by Robert Fuller, Robert Cabot
  • Narrated by Michael Toms
  • 0 hrs and 52 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

The Afghan-Soviet War could be called an "invisible war", since it is largely unnoticed in the West. Yet more than five million Afghans are refugees, and estimates of the dead range from one to two million. Here two principals of the Mo Tzu Project, a citizens diplomacy endeavor, who have recently visited the Afghan refugee camps on the Afghan-Pakistani border, report the facts as they have observed them. What emerges is an astounding story of chaos and courage, which may offer a unique opportunity for bringing the superpowers closer together. Cabot is a former diplomat; Fuller is past president of Oberlin College and founder of the Mo Tzu Project.


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I wasn't going to review this as I was so disappointed by it. All I can honistly say is don't waste your money
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 24-03-2008
  • Publisher: New Dimensions Foundation