|Statement||Azmat Hayat Khan ; editor, M.Y. Effendi.|
|Contributions||Effendi, M. Y.|
|LC Classifications||DS357.6.P32 K47 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 335 p. :|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||00313963|
durand line well researched written book durand curse afghanistan pakistan british afghan afghans readers country colonial fascinating war dogra india interested khan region. Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Akshay/5(28). The Durand Line: Its geo-strategic importance Hardcover – January 1, by Azmat Hayat Khan (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" $ $ $/5(1). The Durand Line was a frontier boundary between Afghanistan and British was established after an memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Mortimer Durand of British India and Afghan Amir Abdur Rahman Khan. Referred to as a frontier line, it is named after Mortimer Durand, who was the Foreign Secretary of colonial British India at the time. The Durand line refers to the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan. The Durand line came into existence on Novem , when the border which was used to separate the British and the Afghanistan territories came to life. The main reason for establishing the Durand line was to improve diplomatic and trade relations within the two regions.
The Durand Line is the 2,kilometer (1,mile) border between Afghanistan and Pakistan. It’s the result of an agreement between Sir Mortimer Durand, a secretary of the British Indian government, and Abdur Rahman Khan, the emir, or ruler, of agreement was signed on Novem , in Kabul, Afghanistan. There was riots every few years, by the Pashtuns living along the Durand Line frontier, which anthropologist Louis Dupree discusses in his monumental book, Afghanistan, ‘[t]he major difficulty developed over the rights of the [Pashtun people] on the Indian side of the Durand Line, especially those who had fought against the British in the. THE DURAND LINE: HISTORY AND PROBLEMS OF THE AFGHAN-PAKISTAN BORDER BIJAN OMRANI Bijan Omrani is a writer and broadcaster. He is the co-author of guides to Afghanistan and Iran and has recently edited a new guide to Tajikistan and the Pamirs as well as a new book on Nomadism and the history of the Russian state. The book also deals with the tragic effects of the Durand Line on the people it divided as well as its devastating impact on Asian geopolitics. The author’s main thesis is that the Durand Line.
Actual Text of The Durand Line Agreement Agreement between His Highness Amir Abdur Rahman Khan, G.C.S.I, Amir of Afghanistan and its Dependencies, on the one part, and Sir Henry Mortimer Durand, K.C.I.E, C.S.I, Foreign Secretary to the Government of India, on the other part. The Durand Agreement did not describe the Durand Line as a boundary. In explanation of this fact Sir Olaf Caroe, a noted authority on the problem, remarks as follows: It is true that the Agreement did not describe the line as the boundary of India, but as the frontier of the Aniris (Abd-ur?Rahman] domain and the line beyond which neither side. Government Book Talk editor Michele Bartram writes a two-part interview with author Col. Robert Cassidy about his new, critically acclaimed book, War, Will, and Warlords: Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan and Pakistan, , which covers the causes and consequences of counterinsurgency in that troubled region and recommendations for future American approaches there and in similar . The book, ‘Durand Line’s Prisoner – From imprisonment to release’, is a sensitive read as far as its topic is concerned since Faizullah crossed the border to interview an infamous TTP Head.