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Page 26 - The Association of Southeast Asian Nations was formed in 1967 by Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. Newly-independent Brunei joined in 1984. Vietnam and Cambodia were granted observer status in 1992; Vietnam became a full member in 1995.
Page 27 - Steven A. Hoffmann, India and the China Crisis, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990.
Page 29 - China to Buy 72 Advanced Fighter Planes from Russia," New York Times, February 7, 1996. 35.
Page 25 - South Asia After the Cold War: Winners and Losers," Asian Survey, Vol. 35, No. 10, October 1995,
Page 28 - see Sisir Gupta, Kashmir: A Study in IndiaPakistan Relations, Bombay: Asia Publishing,
Page 17 - The military argues that to use the armed services "against their own people" would not only produce a breakdown in the military-civilian trust that has been built up over several decades, but also--if the army were deployed on domestic security missions in the border provinces such as Punjab, Kashmir, and
Page 3 - at the global level, continue to define the security framework of India, although the nature of these relationships has shifted, and the intensity has declined.
Page 17 - democratic processes and the freedom of the citizens are likely to be undermined. On the other hand, in the case of the regular armed forces, the question is whether such forces should be used at all in the maintenance of internal