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It is the mid 1980s. Détente has ended, and Cold War tensions are as high as ever. The USSR has been occupying Afghanistan since 1979, having installed a government friendly to the interests of Brezhnev’s Soviet regime. They have been met with resistance among the Afghan people, primarily tribal populations and Arab volunteers forming into groups known as the mujahedeen. The mujahedeen are not alone, however, as Pakistan, the US, and Saudi Arabia all have their fingerprints on the resistance, driven by their own motivations. A combination of tribal leaders, mujahedeen generals, foreign intelligence officials and investors are now holding an unconventional summit of sorts, seeking to engineer a strategy to Afghanistan of its invaders. What alliances will be formed? Who can be trusted? Can the Soviets be forced out? And most importantly, what happens next?

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