India And The High Technological Challenges

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Anmol Publications Pvt. Limited, Jan 1, 1992 - India - 316 pages
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The American Offensive In West Asia Is Directed At Not Merely Liberating Kuwait, But Has Been Designed To Completely Destroy Iraq Belonging To One Of The Cradles Of Civilization. And Yet, It Is Also A Ware In Which A Mighty Multinational Force, With The Ultimate High-Technological Wherewithal And Led By The Rich Nations, Is Being Held At Bay By A Courageous People And A Far-Sighted Leader. Whatever The Nature And Content Of The U.S. President George Bush S New World Order For The Rest Of The World, It Means Pax-Americans Have Made It Clear That The Soviet Union, The United Nations, Or Non-Aligned Movement Can Play A Role Only By Their Courtesy. The Gulf Rulers Are Happy With This Arrangement.The Soviet Union S Support For The Americans (But Not Against Iraq) In The Gulf War Is Basically Because It Perceives No High-Technological Threat To Its Own Geo-Political Interests. Military Establishments Can In India Draw Several Lessons From The Gulf War, Provided It Is Willing To Listen To Experts. If Iraq Had Possessed Nuclear Weapons, The Golf War May Not Have Taken Place At All. India Too Must Give Up Its Obsolete Defence System And Opt For A More Effective One.

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