The Taliban's Adaptation 2002-11: a Case of Evolution?
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.21237/C7clio3111784
The Taliban faced overwhelmingly negative odds in 2002 when they launched their insurgency against the new government installed by American intervention in 2001. They adapted to the challenge in a number of ways. The article argues that some of this efforts to adapt can be described as evolution, although not all of them.