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FlashPoints in South Asia

 
Rajendra Nath (Author) KS Ludra (Author)
Synopsis The world is changing fast. According to many analysts,  the 21st Centuary is centered in Asia. Four of the world’s largest economies would be from Asia like Japan, China, India and Russia by 2030. South Asia is likely to have maximum problems also like Security, Economic Growth, Terroism and interference from powerful countries like USA, Western Europe, China and Russia. Besides, the countries of south Asia want to change for the better and so they are in transit so to say. The power shifts always create security Problems and south Asia can be no exception. It is well known that maximum wars have been fought in South Asia since the end of the Second World War. India is the vast country in South Asia and is also centrally located. So it is bound to be affected by the development in any country in South Asia. The terrorism which started in South Asia is now a serious security problems in many countries of the region, particularly in India. The book discusses important problems facing various countries of South Asia from Israel in the West to Myanmar in the east. It also covers various problems concerning India in particular like it’s economy, current political situation as well as security of the country. The book would be of great interest for our countrymen.
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About the authors

Rajendra Nath

Maj Gen Rajendra Nath PVSM (Retd.), the editor of the book, is a well-known military analyst. He has written two books while over 130 articles have been published in newspapers and military magazines. His book “Military Leadership in India: Vedic Period to Indo-Pak Wars” has been well received in military circles. All the universities in India, where the subject of Defence and Strategic Studies is being taught, have also prescribed it.

KS Ludra

Lt Col Ludra was commissioned into the Army in Artillery in 1954 and retired in June 1986. During his service, he was keen in reading military history books and wrote various papers which were published in military journals. He did active service in North east India, Nagaland and J&K. After retirement, he wrote an interesting book on “ Understanding war and its implications and Effects” which was published in 1988. Later on he established Institute for Strategic Research and analysis of which he became a Director. He also became a publisher of his own books and had written 21 books on military matters and strategy when he died in early 2008.

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Bibliographic information

Title FlashPoints in South Asia
Format Hardcover
Date published: 19.05.2009
Edition Ist ed.
Publisher Lancers Books
Language: English
isbn 9788170951178
length xvi+481p., Tables; Maps; Index; 23cm.