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Soviet arms transfer policy in South Asia, 1955-1981

the politics of international arms transfers
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StatementNisha Sahai Achuthan.
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LC ClassificationsUA840 .A63 1988
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Pagination183 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2164335M
ISBN 108170620376
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I Moscow's relations with South Asia in the present millennium, portray in the most dramatic form the ebb and flow of historical processes and geo-political influence, and yet there has also remained an abiding continuity of interests. STOCKHOLM INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE.

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