Cables from Kabul

As Our Man in Kabul, nobody is better placed to tell this story. Powerful, witty and astonishingly frank, Cables from Kabul explains how we got into the quagmire of Afghanistan, and how we can get out of it.

Cables from Kabul

Author: Sherard Cowper-Coles

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

ISBN: 9780007432042

Page: 323

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A frank and honest memoir by Britain's former ambassador to Kabul which provides a unique, high-level insight into Western policy in Afghanistan.

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