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“Collâ€s book is riveting―—Richard Cohen, NY Daily News '[A]journalistic

masterpiece...Coll succeeds on all levels...Coll is masterful at plumbing the depths of agencies

and sects within both Afghanistan and Pakistan...In this era of fake news, Coll remains above it all,

this time delivering an impeccably researched history of 'diplomacy at the highest levels of

government in Washington, Islamabad, and Kabul.'—Kirkus Reviews (starred)“With his

evenhanded approach, gift for limning character, and dazzling reporting skills, he has created an

essential work of contemporary history.―—Booklist(starred)“The most comprehensive work

to date on the U.S. war in Afghanistan…Collâ€s vital work provides a factual and analytical

foundation for all future work on the Afghan War and U.S. policy in Central Asia.―—Â

Publisherâ€s Weekly (starred)“Spellbinding. . . It does for America in Afghanistan what

Michael Gordon and Tom Ricks did for the Iraq misadventure in Cobra II and Fiasco.―—

Evening Standard“This sequel to Ghost Wars might well become the definitive account of the

CIA and Americaâ€s secret wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan . . . In the pages of Directorate

S, the sequel to Collâ€s Pulitzer prize-winning Ghost Wars, the story is delivered with a literary

prowess that has been absent in previous western accounts of Americaâ€s longest running

war. The dance of blame, with the US swaying at one moment towards Pakistan and the next

towards Afghanistan, is a choreography familiar to CIA chiefs, US presidents and writers who have

tackled the subject. Coll refuses to follow this tired tune, and the result is masterful.―—

The Guardian  “Steve Collâ€s Directorate S is the sequel to his magisterial Ghost

Wars. Both books rest on a foundation of serious scholarship and Collâ€s extraordinary access,

to individual CIA officers mostly, but also to many others. These notably included members of

Pakistanâ€s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency, where Directorate S was the name given to

the branch of the agency “devoted to secret operations in support of the Taliban, Kashmiri

guerrillas, and other violent Islamic radicals―. Every assertion is carefully sourced and checked.

This book is in the finest traditions of American investigative journalism. Coll is the thinking

manâ€s Michael Wolff.― — Sherard Cowper- Coles,Times of London “Coll draws on

decades of experience in South Asia, nearly 600 interviews over a decade, and thousands of

pages of documents to give the most balanced and comprehensive picture to date of the

unraveling of U.S. policy in Afghanistan. Few writers can match Collâ€s length of time on the

topic, range of contacts, or personal knowledge of realities on the ground… it is hard to imagine a


more complete and thoughtful account of how the United States went wrong in Afghanistan.―

—Task & Purpose“A spectacular account of 15 yea

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