November 2008 - Issue 417
As the war in Afghanistan intensifies we ask Afghan writers and journalists how they see events unfolding and what they think their country needs to end decades of violent conflict.
Not surprisingly, what they have to say is rather different from the statements emanating from Western politicians and mainstream media pundits.
This month’s issue of the New Internationalist gives you a different - and more authentic - perspective on one of the world’s key issues. Not only are the articles written by Afghans, but the images too are the work of first-rate photographers and cartoonists from the country.
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