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Marin J. Strmecki • 12 Items / 1 Book, 8 Articles, 3 Reviews
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  1. Can the Afghan Rebels Win?
    National Review, July 4, 1986, pp. 32-34
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    Caveman (Review)
    Holy War, Inc., by Peter L. Bergen
    1. Holy War, Inc. by Peter L. Bergen
    Commentary, January 2002, pp. 66-74
  3. Conference Hopping in the Evil Empire
    So you're going to Moscow. Condolences. Soon enough you'll learn that the more the Comm...
    The American Spectator, March 1990, pp. 16-17
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    Counter-Jihad (Review)
    The War Against the Terror Masters, by Michael A. Ledeen
    1. The War Against the Terror Masters by Michael A. Ledeen
    Commentary, December 2002, pp. 74-75
  5. In Quest of National Security (1988)
    1 Review
  6. Operation Avalanche and Soviet Capitulation
    Gorbachev wants out of Afghanistan, but if we cut off aid to the resistance he may neve...
    The American Spectator, April 1988, pp. 15-17
  7. Our Ally, Our Problem
    Pakistan is an exceptionally hard case---here's what to do
    National Review, July 1, 2002, p. 16
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    Presswatch/Mediazation (Review)
    A History of Post-War Soviet Writing, by Grigori Svirski
    1. A History of Post-War Soviet Writing by Grigori Svirski
    The American Spectator, May 1983, pp. 34-35
  9. The Road to Kabul
    On patrol with the mujahedeen
    The American Spectator, April 1986, pp. 18-19
  10. Departments
    Spectator's Journal
    Fighting for Jalalabad
    The American Spectator, June 1989, pp. 30-31
  11. The Stinger Finds a Home
    Bill Casey's bequest to Afghanistan
    The American Spectator, November 1987, pp. 19-20
  12. Winning, Truly, in Afghanistan
    There is more to do over there
    National Review, May 20, 2002, pp. 24-25
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