Media References:


Brief commentary on Dust of Kandahar by Karen Peters in Fletcher Magazine (alumni magazine of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University) (Summer 2017)


Development Dialogue  Summary on Dust of Kandahar in DACOR Bulletin (official publication of Diplomatic and Consular Officers Retired) (July/August 2017)


AFSA Book Notes on Dust of Kandahar by Gemma Dvork in Foreign Service Journal  (June 2017)


Book Review of Dust of Kandahar by Toby Knight in Watch on the Rhine (official publication of the Society of the Third Infantry Division (June 2017)


Brief commentary on Dust of Kandahar by Tim Brown, published at blog site Far and Away (May 27, 2017)


Interview with Nikolai DiPippa, host for NPR affiliate's KUAR Clinton School Presents (LIttle Rock) covering Central Arkansas (March 19, 2017


Op-ed ("Dear Nasemi, I'm Sorry") focused on Dust of Kandahar on blog site Informed Comment (March 6, 2017)


Interview with Jim Fausone, host for Veterans Radio WAAM Talk 1600 based in Detroit (February 14, 2017)


Interview with Marco Werman, host for BBC/WGBH (Boston) show The World, rebroadcast on 300 National Public Radio (NPR) stations across the United States (January 31, 2017)


Brief commentary on Dust of Kandahar in Macon Telegraph (January 29, 2017):
http://www.macon.com/living/article128866979.html
 

Brief commentary on Dust of Kandahar by Joann Pittman, published at blog site Outside In (January 24, 2017)


Reprint of Dust of Kandahar book review in Small Wars Journal, published in Afghanistan Times (December 15, 2016)


Book review of Dust of Kandahar by Jeff Goodson, published in Small Wars Journal(December 14, 2016)


Interview on Dust of Kandahar by Professor John R. Ballard, published on the US Naval Institute website (November 20, 2016): https://blog.usni.org/s=Addleton


Brief commentary on Dust of Kandahar in Northwestern Magazine (alumni magazine of Northwestern University) (Winter 2016)


Brief Review of Dust of Kandahar in Foreign Service Journal (November 2016)