Afghanistan: le lingue che dividono

Journal title FUTURIBILI
Author/s Fausto Biloslavo
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2008/2-3
Language Italian Pages 4 P. 125-128 File size 269 KB
DOI 10.3280/FU2008-002012
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Afghanistan - languages that divide - The author develops his idea starting from the observation that the two languages spoken in Afghanistan, Pashto and Farsi (now known as Dari), continue to be used as a pretext for ethnic division, conflict and incomprehension, despite the provision laid down in the 1964 Constitution that put them on the same level. In his many and turbulent travels in Afghanistan since the time of the Soviet invasion, the author has learned enough of the local terminology to enable him to survive.

Fausto Biloslavo, Afghanistan: le lingue che dividono in "FUTURIBILI" 2-3/2008, pp 125-128, DOI: 10.3280/FU2008-002012