India: Issues, Historical Background, and Bibliography (Google eBook)
John N. Mayor
Nova Publishers, 2003 - Political Science - 214 pages
India, long known for its huge population, religious conflicts and its status as not-quite best friend ally of the United States has moved from the backwaters of world attention to centre stage. Afghanistan and Pakistan with whom India is in almost conflict, are neighbours. India has developed a nuclear capability which also has a way of grabbing attention. This book discusses current issues and historical background and provides a thorough index important to a better understanding of this diverse country.
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