Military Geography Of South East Asia

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Anmol, Jan 1, 2001 - Southeast Asia - 271 pages
This Book Deals With Importance Of Military Geography, Location Of India, Military Implications Of Physical Divisions, Climate Of India The Indian Ocean, Forests And Geo-Political, Geo-Strategical And Military Significance Of India And Adjacent Countries Of South-East Asia.The Book Contains 14 Chapters Besides The Introductory Part. Chapter One Of The Book Deals With Strategical And Defence Significance Of Indian Ocean, A Zone Of Peace. Forest And Vegetations Of Indian Sub-Continent And Their Implications With Reference To Defence And Strategy Are Described In Chapter Two. Significance Of Indian Subcontinent With Reference To Grand Strategy Has Been Vividly Dealt Within Chapter Third.Political And Strategical Significance Of Adjacent Countries Have Been Amply Described In Part-Ii Of The Book. Strategical And Military Significance Of Nepal, Bhutan And Myanmar Are Dealt In Chapter Four While Chapter Five Vividly Emphasizes The Strategical And Defensive Significance Of Bangladesh, Malaysia And Singapore. Strategical And Political Importance Of Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Maldives And Diego-Garcia Has Been Highlighted In Chapter Six. Political, Defence And Strategical Importance Of Pakistan, The Defensive And Strategical Evaluation Of Afghanistan And Peoples Republic Of China Have Been Given Due Consideration In Chapters Seven, Eight And Nine Of This Book. The Penultimate Chapter Provides The Summary And Suggestions.

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