Afghanistan The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Since 1992

Afghanistan Country Studies index

Afghanistan - The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Since 1992

The islamic republic of afghanistan, since 1992

Mujahidin victory was the result of the vacuum created by the implosion of Marxism-Leninism in Moscow and Kabul. The victors have perpetuated that vacuum by failing to find a common approach to government or a formula for sharing power among themselves. Their jihad experience committed them to attempt to create a political innovation for Afghanistan--an Islamic Republic, inspired by the revolution in Iran, but clearly to be different in structure and doctrine. Tragically, on the day the Peshawar parties reached a tentative agreement on how they would establish their Islamic republic, a new war for Kabul began.

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