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The Ethics of America's Afghan War

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World Bank , World Development Indicators 2010 (Washington, D.C., 2010)

Ahmed Rashid , “Analysing Anarchic Afghanistan,” Third World Quarterly 16 (1995), p. 737 (estimate of over 100,000 killed as a result of civil conflict from mid-1992 through 1995)

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