India's Borders, Ecology, and Security Perspectives
D. V. L. N. Ramakrishna Rao, R. C. Sharma
Scholars' Pub. Forum, 1991 - China - 230 pages
The Present Volume Highlights The Question Of The Himalayan Environment And Its Fragile Ecosystem, Threat Perception And Shaping Of India`S Policy Towards Bordering Countries, Aspects Of Boundary Control And Practicalities Of Boundary Dispute Revolution And Border Management For Effective Control.
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