Afghan National Army : The CIA-Proxy Militias, Fatemyoun Division, Taliban and the Islamic State of

The Afghan National Army (ANA) and Afghan National Air Force (AAF) stand today as products of the 2001 war and Western intervention in Afghanistan. This is not only because they were established in 2002 by the government brought to power by that intervention, but even more importantly because they were funded, designed and trained by the intervening forces. It was perhaps inevitable therefore that the question of their sustainability should arise.

Vij Books
  • Pages: 404
  • 9789389620030 • HARDBACK • Feb 2020 • Rs.1450
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  • Subjects: Afghanistan, NATO, Central Asia
  • Afghan National Army : The CIA-Proxy Militias, Fatemyoun Division, Taliban and the Islamic State of
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Musa Khan Jalalzai is a journalist and research scholar. He has written extensively on Afghanistan, terrorism, nuclear and biological terrorism, human trafficking, drug trafficking, and intelligence research and analysis. He was an Executive Editor of the Daily Outlook Afghanistan from 2005-2011, and a permanent contributor in Pakistan's daily The Post, Daily Times, and The Nation, Weekly the Nation, (London). However, in 2004, US Library of Congress in its report for South Asia mentioned him as the biggest and prolific writer. He received Masters in English literature, Diploma in Geospatial Intelligence, University of Maryland, Washington DC, certificate in Surveillance Law from the University of Stanford, USA, and a diploma in Counterterrorism from Pennsylvania State University, California, the United States.



Introduction 
Chapter 1 Afghan National Army, the United States, NATO and their Business of Torture and Humiliation in Afghanistan
Chapter 2 Kabul at War (1992-1996): State, Ethnicity and Social Classes by Gilles Dorronsoro
Chapter 3 The Afghan National Army: Sustainability Challenges beyond Financial Aspects by Dr. Antonio Giustozzi with Peter Quentin
Chapter 4 Afghanistan: Background and U.S. Policy in Brief by Clayton Thomas
Chapter 5 A Tale of Two Afghan Armies Lemar by Alexander Farhad
Chapter 6 The Unintended Consequences of US Support on Militia Governance in Kunduz Province of Afghanistan by Toon Dirkx
Chapter 7 The Afghan Territorial Force: Learning from the Lessons of the Past? by Kate Clark
Chapter 8 CIA-Proxy Militias and CIA-Drones in Afghanistan: “Hunt and Kill” déjà vu. by Kate Clark
Chapter 9 The Two Faces of the Fatemiyun: Revisiting the Male Fighters by Mohsen Hamidi
Chapter 10 The Rise and fall of Taliban Regime (1994-2001) in Afghanistan: The Internal Dynamics by Dr. Qamar Fatima
Chapter 11 Private Military and Security Companies by Maria Nebolsina
Chapter 12 Prisoners Raped by Dogs, the ‘Modern’ Torture Techniques of the US by Kawa Azem
Chapter 13 The AIHRC Summary Report of the National Inquiry on the Protection of the Rights of Victims of Armed Conflict and Terrorism
Notes and Reference to Chapters
Bibliography
Index