NSA Professor’s Latest Book Details the Power of Narratives in Afghanistan [video]
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Dr. Thomas H. Johnson, Associate Research Professor in the NPS Department of National Security Affairs, released his latest book, “Taliban Narratives: The Use and Power of Stories in the Afghanistan Conflict.” Johnson’s work focuses on the powerful role of words and narratives in Afghanistan’s history of conflict.
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