Narrating the exit from afghanistan book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers with the united states and nato set to withdraw all or. The csc has just released a new book narrating the exit from afghanistan by experts in history and strategic communication who provide guidance for that effort beginning chapters review lessons learned from vietnam and the soviet invasion in the 1980s expose the taliban effort to project an inevitable return to power and its key weaknesses and explain how narratives are used in contests to define history the last chapter assesses the narrative up to now and shortcomings of . They have to find a narrating exit from afghanistan where the achievement and development of the past 12 years is unlikely to become under question really great book and i really enjoyed reading it abdul rahman rahmani read more helpful comment report abuse marie e dyer 50 out of 5 stars a proud army aunt reviewed in the united states on december 6 2013 verified purchase the . Narrating the exit from afghanistan examines the story of the war in afghanistan by viewing the conflict from varied perspectives through chapters authored by historians and scholars who compare the exit to the soviet withdrawal from afghanistan draw parallels to lessons learned from the vietnam war and view the conflict through the lens of the taliban and their messages to the afghan people
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