Central Asia: A Strategy for India's Look-north Policy
A Very Timely, Exhaustive And Masterly Analysis Of The Contemporary Situation In The Central Asian Republics In The Context Of India`S Security. Author Combines His Experience And Expertise As A Senior Officer Of Indian Air Force With The Scholarly Investigation And Rigour In Presenting This Incisive Analysis Of The Possibilities And The Potential That This Region Holds For India Security.
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