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US National Missile Defense Strategy: Policy Documents

 
M.P. Shrivastava (Author)
Synopsis The theme in this work has deep bearing on the new developments in nuclear research which links with the war strategy at the international level. The involvements of the USA, indeed a super power, is a significant phenomena in this regard. Undoubtedly the U. S. national missile defence is a highly ambitious and expensive ‘star war’ peace offensive which has been designed as a long time defense strategy. Its successful operation in Persian Gulf and Afghanistan is the subject very often discussed in the White House. The author has arranged the U. S. policy documents in a meticulous way explaining Soviet intervention in Afghanistan and its results after a span of few years. He has also explained missile development programme in North Korea and Pakistan. The work indeed would be useful for teachers with scientific temperament, scholars and students in India and abroad.
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About the author

M.P. Shrivastava

Dr. M.P. Shrivastava is an eminent social scientist with Ph.D., D.Litt. to his academic credit. He has taught post-graudate classes for more than three decades. His main interests are research, research guidance, international consultancy, coordination, policy planning, editing and publication. A firm believer in Idnian cultural ethos, he has deep faith in yoga, spiritualism, meditation and Vedic astrology. he has traveled widely to lecture on Peace and conflict Resolution.

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Bibliographic information

Title US National Missile Defense Strategy: Policy Documents
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121207827
length 339p., Figures; Tables; Maps; Index; 22cm.
Subjects Social Sciences