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A new book released on Afghanistan: Presents a comprehensive futuristic analysis
A new book 'Politics of Afghan Future' has been released today in Saarbrucken, Germany by Lap Lambert Academic Publishers, Germany. Authored by political analyst, journalist and writer Zulfiqar Shah, Sindhi refugee in India from Pakistan, the book is a brief but comprehensive futuristic analysis and review of war against terrorism and international intervention in Afghanistan.
It deeply reviews the possible course of political actions and interests by the world powers, Afghanistan neighboring Central and South Asian countries, and Afghan people from the geo-political and futurist perspective.

The book also gives comparison between overall Afghan War costs. According to the comparative review and analysis of available data the war cost by the major stakeholders in Afghanistan is over ten (10) Trillion USD.

"The war costs hitherto have crossed the highest ceiling of ten (10) trillion dollars, in which USA, UK, Canada, Russia, Australia, Japan, India, and China have contributed the most," it reads.

The book also pays special focus to US, CANADA, UK, EU, Russia, India, Pakistan, Iran and China perspectives and currents of Afghan war. It also discusses in details the possible impacts of Afghanistan on Pakistan and vice versa; emergence of India as an Asiatic power; and possible impacts of Iran - West normalization on overall Asian as well as international security.

The soft and hard copies of the book are available at '' and '' and other popular online booksellers. The hard copies of the book can also be booked from the bookshops in the various cities of the Asia, America and the Europe.

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