The infrastructure of stability

John Wiley & Sons
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Architectural Design, 2010, November/December, 80 (5), pp. 64 - 69
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Afghanistan's key strategical position, lying between Asia and the Middle East, has made it prey to foreign invasion throughout its history. TarshaFinney explains how an existing military infrastructure of airports, roads, accommodation and unskilled concentrations of labour have given the US and its allies an important leg-up in the current conflict, providing what could be perceived to be an underlying structure of stability
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