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Afghanistan, the great game revisited
Includes bibliographical references (p. 521-545) and index.
|Statement||edited by Rosanne Klass.|
|LC Classifications||DS357.6.S65 A35 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||565 p. :|
|Number of Pages||565|
|ISBN 10||0932088589, 0932088570|
|LC Control Number||89071444|
Afghanistan: The Great Game Revisited. by Rosanne Klass New York: Freedom House, pp. $ ($, paper) Reviewed by Daniel Pipes Orbis. A s I drove away from a California screening of the new film version of Brideshead Revisited, I was amused to overhear the comments of my .
The Great Game — also known as Bolshaya Igra — was an intense rivalry between the British and Russian Empires in Central Asia, beginning in the nineteenth century and continuing through wherein Britain sought to influence or control much of Central Asia to buffer the "crown jewel" of its empire: British India. ‘Flashman in the Great Game’ plunges him into the Indian Mutiny. After that, well, you’ll probably want to read the lot, but the only one of the later books that holds to the standards of the originals is ‘Flashman and the Dragon’, set in China at the time of the Taipings.
Hopkirk, Peter, () The Great Game, New York, NY: Kodansha America, ISBN ; Husain, Farrukh () Afghanistan in the age of empires - the great game for South and Central Asia' London: Silk Road Books and photos. (ISBN ) Kaye, Sir John, () History of the First Afghan War, London. It was a period of mutual suspicion and paranoia that later became known as "The Great Game". Afghanistan was perceived by #Victorian Britain, as .
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The book listed here -- Afghanistan--The Great Game Revisited, which I conceived and edited, makes no mention of my personal experiences and is not written in my personal style. It is readable but primarily a reference resource: an information-packed comprehensive one-volume study of the communist takeover and the Soviet-Afghan war of 5/5(2).
Series of insightful articles on the situation in Afghanistan during the Soviet era of meddling, invasion, occupation, genocide, war crimes on a massive scale that defies humanity and shocks the mind/soul, and failure so BIG TIME that we are still suffering the consequences today.3/5.
Afghanistan: The Great Game Revisited (Theory and History of Literature; 72) [Rosanne Klass] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A single comprehensive guide to the issue of the Soviet invasion that explains what is happening and why5/5(2).
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Freedom House, Nov 1, - History. Afghanistan: The Great Game Revisited is a collection of essays on the Soviet dimension of the conflict edited by Rosanne Klass of Freedom House. The 19th-century term “great game,” popularized by Rudyard Kipling, sums up the contest between the Russian empire, seeking access to India and the Indian Ocean, and the British efforts to stop it.
Afghanistan is no longer, as it was under Taliban rule, a client of Pakistan. But “an unstable Afghanistan is the second-best option to a stable one ruled by your friends,” says Mr Rubin. Against this backdrop it is worthwhile to take a step back and revisit the original ‘Great Game’ of the 19th century.
Captain Arthur Conolly, a British officer of the Sixth Bengal Native Light Cavalry, is credited with coining the term the ‘Great Game’ in the ’s.
Later, Rudyard Kipling immortalized the concept in his famous novel Kim. Peter the Great turned his gaze south, through the Caucasus and Caspian towards Persia, yet was thwarted by Nader Shah in In the British began major territorial gains in India.
The aspirations and apprehensions of these rival European empires became the 'Great Game', played out in Central Asia during the 's: The Great Game Revisited: Afghanistan In The s The Great Game Revisited: Afghanistan In The s.
01 December History | Politics | War and Conflict. A map (from FCO 37/) showing the Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan. Agreements between Russia and British India in and established the corridor as a buffer between the. For centuries Afghanistan was a backwater of the sprawling empires of history.
Even the Great Game of the 19th century which later triggered the creation of many new states in this region largely ignored this land mass because it had nothing to offer anyone. The term "the Great Game" was used well before the 19th century and was associated with games of risk, such as cards and dice.
The French equivalent Le grand jeu dates back to at least and is associated with meanings of risk, chance and deception. In the historical sense the term dated from the midth century. " The Great Game" is attributed to Captain Arthur Conolly (–42) who. Afghanistan: The Great Game Revisited-A Review Article AKBAR S.
AHMED these four books are different in discipline and approach; they are written for widely different audiences. However, they have one strong factor in common: the analysis is articulated as a contemporary response to the larger political situation in and around Afghanistan. The book chronicles the British intervention in Afghanistan in to depose the sitting ruler Dost Muhammad and install Shah Shuja, grandson of former king Ahmed Shah Durrani.
The British pursue this agenda against the advice of their top intelligence official in Afghanistan, who advocated an alliance with Dost Muhammad to further British.
#TheGreatGame In this episode Stewart tells the story of #Soviet and United States involvement in #Afghanistan. From until there had been relative peace and in.
The book listed here -- Afghanistan--The Great Game Revisited, which I conceived and edited, makes no mention of my personal experiences and is not written in my personal style.5/5.
William Dalrymple: five books about the Great Game Al-Qaeda, secret agents and a jailbreaking noblewoman feature in William Dalrymple's favourite books about the struggle for Afghanistan. The Great game revisited / Rosanne Klass --A Letter from a Soviet Ambassador --The Road to Crisis, / Leon B.
Poullada --Long-term Soviet economic interests and policies in Afghanistan / M. Siddieq Noorzoy --List of known Afghan mineral resources --Afghan mineral resources and Soviet exploitation / John F. Shroder & Abdul Tawab Assifi. Paperback: pages Publisher: Freedom House; Rev.
Ed edition (February ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Package Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6, in Books (See Top in Books)Format: Paperback. The Great Game between England and Russia began in and lasted throughout the 19th century.
The British were concerned about Russian advances in Central Asia. England used Afghanistan as a buffer state to protect all approaches to British India from a Russian invasion.
Afghanistan: The Great Game – A Personal View by Rory Stewart is a documentary in two parts written and presented by Rory Stewart that tells the story of foreign intervention by Britain, Russia, and the United States in Afghanistan from the 19th century to the present day.
It won the BAFTA Scotland award for best Factual Series in This book is an excellent account of the competition between the British and Russians to dominate Central and South Asia, including the Central Asian republics, Iran, Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan throughout the 19th century With the development of Caspian Basin oil and gas, the "great game" goes on even today/5().Compare book prices from overbooksellers.
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