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CONVENTIONAL WARFARE IN SOUTH ASIA, 1947 TO THE PRESENT
Author: Gates, S (ed)

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Ashgate Publishing 2011 Hardback 244mm x 169mm 536 pages .

CONVENTIONAL WARFARE IN SOUTH ASIA, 1947 TO THE PRESENT

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The essays included in this volume focus on conventional war on land sea and air fought by the states of South Asia and their impact on the host societies and economies. The authors are drawn from academia and the military in India and Pakistan as well as from outside the subcontinent in order to give a wide perspective. In the introduction the editors describe the changing contours of warfare in South Asia and the similarities and dissimilarities with warfare in the Middle East and South East Asia. The volume highlights the influence of extra-regional powers like China Russia and the US in providing arms munitions and shaping the texture of military doctrines and force structures of the South Asian powers.

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Author Gates, S (ed)
Publisher Ashgate Publishing
ISBN 9780754629757
Date of Publication 2011
Edition N/A
Binding Hardback
Book Size 244mm x 169mm
Number of pages 536
Images N/A
Language English Text
SKU MBN15296

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