Fairweather, Jack. The Good War: Why We Couldn't Win the War or the Peace in Afghanistan
In our print Reference Collection:
Conflict in Afghanistan: a Historical Encyclopedia
Historical Dictionary of Afghan Wars, Revolutions, and Insurgencies
Historical Dictionary of Afghanistan
In our DVD Collection:
The Battle for Marjah
The Beauty Academy of Kabul
Behind Taliban Lines
Enemies of Happiness
Fixer: the Taking of Ajmal Naqshbandi
Inside the Afghanistan War
Kill/Capture: Inside the Secret Campaign to Take Out Thousands of Taliban and Al Qaeda Fighters
Safar-i Qandah¯ar = Kandahar
Shadow of Afghanistan 1959-2012
The True Story of Charlie Wilson
View From a Grain of Sand
The Afghanistan Analyst
A list of research institutes that are doing ongoing research on Afghanistan maintained by a doctoral student at The Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies and Australian National University.
Afghanistan Digital Library
Based at New York University, this collection includes digitized editions of volumes dating from 1871 to 1930.
Afghanistan Law Resource Page
Links to the constitution, government sites, and law resources from the Washburn School of Law.
Afghanistan Legal Documents Exchange Center
Funded by USAID, this web project provides access to laws, regulations, treaties and other documents.
Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit
Based in Kabul, AREU is an independent research institution. Publications of the organization are available through this site, including The A to Z Guide to Assistance in Afghanistan.
Da Afghanistan Bank
Website of the Central Bank of Afghanistan with financial information, statistics, regulations, publications and press releases.
Embassy of Afghanistan
Information on Afghanistan's physical and political reconstruction plus contact details and news.
Empirical Studies of Conflict: Afghanistan
Based at Princeton University, ESOC provides overview, data, mapping, public opinion and papers and publications on key conflict areas in the world.
Institute for Afghan Studies
Nonprofit, independent organization promoting research on social, economic, political, and other Afghanistan-related issues.
Return of the Taliban
A companion website to the PBS Frontline documentary of the same name. The documentary is viewable through the site along with background information.