Global Security Paradoxes: 2000-2020
Global Security Paradoxes (2000-2020)' analyses some of the buying global issues of the day. The presentations in the current volume include: A Critique of the Military Dimension of South Asian Security; China, Tibet, India: Status Quo or Reappraisal; Redefining Europe-Asia Security; Preventing a Repeat of Iraq in Iran; Resurgence of Russia in the 21st Century; the Futility of Theatre and National Missile Defences; and the Demographic Dynamic of the 21st Century. International Relations and Political Science departments of universities, think tanks, concerned ministries, social scientists and defence analysts around the world would certainly benefit from this book.
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A Critique of the Military Dimension of
Status Quo or Reappraisal?
Redefining EuropeAsia Security
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