Governmental Resources


NGO/IGO Resources

General Resources

  • Afghanistan Digital Library
    New York University (New York, NY)
  • Afghanistan Maps
    Perry-CastaƱeda Library Map Collection, University of Texas, Austin (Austin, TX)
  • Afghanistan, the Taliban and the U.S.: Selected Internet Resources
    University of California, Berkeley Library (Berkeley, CA)
  • ALMISBAH: Database of Online Resources on The Middle East and Islam
    (The State- and University Library Saxony-Anhalt, Halle, Germany)
    Part of MENALIB: Middle East Virtual Library
  • Government & Politics
    Afghanistan Online (Pleasanton, CA)
  • Institute for Afghan Studies (USA)
    The Institute's goal is to foster a better understanding of Afghan affairs through scholarly research and studies.
  • The Iraqis: Their History and Culture
    By Barbara Robson, Center for Applied Linguistics, Refugee Service Center (Washington, DC)
        This booklet is a basic introduction to the people, history, and cultures of Iraq. It is designed primarily for service providers and others assisting the Iraqi refugees in their new communities in the United States.
  • Languages of Afghanistan
    Edited by M. Paul Lewis. From Ethnologue: Languages of the World, Sixteenth edition. SIL International (Dallas, TX)
  • The Making of Afghanistan
    By Pankaj Mishra. From New York Review of Books, vol. 48, no. 18 (November 15, 2001).