Posted by: Christian | December 8, 2009

Afghanistan Bibliography

This is taking way too much time, but it does keep me productive and helps me to remember the various sources and where to find them (all of them). So the next edition of The Afghanistan Analyst Bibliography will be out in January and I want to make sure I’m not missing any sources.

I’m especially concerned about forthcoming publications. If you know of any, please let me know by email or in the comments below. I’ve done a lot of collecting this year for the updated version, as well as checking all the PDF links for articles. Am I missing some sources from 2009 and before? Yes, definitely. Which is why I appreciate people sending me new sources. No harm in sending me an email or commenting to find out if a source (yours or anybody else’s) is included in the new version.

I was going to post a Word doc here so you could check yourself, but I have recently taken a dimmer view of how close online ethics are to academic ethics. Of course, once I put out the final copy in January you may do with it what you want.


  1. Looking forward to it.

  2. Are you collecting anything (academic) that deals with afghanistan or do you (and maybe others) check the books and articles?

  3. I don’t read every source I include. So I do collect anything that at least pretends to be a serious publication, from right of center think tanks to the New Left Review and everything in between.


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