In this afterword chapter, Farzin Vejdani places the common themes that emerge from the eight Afghan case studies into a wider regional context, so refuting the common proposition that Afghanistan has always pursued its own unique Sonderweg. Ending with this regional perspective reinforces one of the central themes of both Afghan History Through Afghan Eyes and its companion volume, Afghanistan in Ink: that modern Afghan history can only be understood through the recognition of cross-border networks, dialogical developments and deep regional dynamics.
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