This chapter suggests the importance of narratives and associated stories to modern conflicts, especially intrastate conflicts. This chapter introduces the key Research question of assessing the Taliban’s narratives/stories and the US responses. A review of theoretical treatments of conflict narratives/stories, information operations and concludes with some general assessments of Taliban IO artifacts and particular problems faced by Kabul, the US and NATO in countering them.
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