"There's no thesis as such here, only voices of more or less ordinary people who have much to say about the conduct of an unwanted war."
"Those who are not with us are against us." The words are familiar—but, writes French journalist Nivat, before they formed George W. Bush's slogan, they belonged to the Communist rulers of Afghanistan.
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