Inside Afghanistan and Pakistan: Political Connections, Pashtun Nationalism and the Taliban

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Title: Inside Afghanistan and Pakistan: Political Connections, Pashtun Nationalism and the Taliban
Creators: Herrmann, Richard
Keywords: Afghanistan
Issue Date: 2009-11-02
Publisher: The Ohio State University Libraries
Series/Report no.: Ohio State University Libraries. Lecture Committee. Library Lecture
Abstract: Richard Herrmann, Director of the Mershon Center for International Security Studies and Social and Behavioral Sciences Distinguished Professor of Political Science, will discuss the politics of Afghanistan and Pakistan in conjunction with the Three Cups of Tea book event sponsored by First Year Experience. His talk will cover political connections between Afghanistan and Pakistan, including analysis of the connections between the Taliban and Pashtun nationalism in both countries. Herrmann concentrates on international relations and political psychology. He has written about the role of perception and imagery in foreign policy as well as on the importance of nationalism and identity politics in world affairs. His areas of interests include American foreign policy and the politics of the Middle East and Russia.
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