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Arms buildup in the Indian Ocean and the Gulf.

Arms buildup in the Indian Ocean and the Gulf.

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Published by Gulf Committee in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indian Ocean Region,
  • Indian Ocean Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Military assistance, American -- Indian Ocean Region.,
    • Indian Ocean Region -- Strategic aspects.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsGulf Committee.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS341 .A75
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[1], 12 p. ;
      Number of Pages12
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4953993M
      ISBN 100904729052
      LC Control Number76382259
      OCLC/WorldCa2681125


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Weapons industry. Defense industries. A~> his pert THE LIBRARY Or fHE UNIVERSITY oft; A ;' AUSTIN ARMS BUILDUP IN THE INDIAN OCEAN AND THE GULF Originally published by the Gulf Committee, London Reprinted by The Organization of Arab Students in the U.S. and Canada and the Gulf Solidarity Committee.

Gulf economic interests and perhaps regime stability would be severely affected by conflict. This book contends that the Gulf states need to play an active part in the promotion of Indian Ocean stability and security, working with other Indian Ocean states to develop institutional structures and practices which encourage cooperation and provide avenues for conflict : Hardcover.

Arms Buildup in the Gulf: Stop the Third World War. The disproportionately high concentration of American Armed Forces in the Gulf, the Indian Ocean, Given the presence of three nuclear-powered U.S.

aircraft carriers in the Persian Gulf and the Eastern Mediterranean; a substantial number of accompanying frigates and destroyers with the. Early in the year the Iranian revolution replaced the shah, the principal pro-American leader in the region, with rulers hostile to the United States and to its remaining friends around the Gulf.

Its chief arms are the Arabian Sea (with the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aden, and the Persian Gulf), the Bay of Bengal, and the Andaman Sea.

The continental shelf of the Indian Ocean is narrow. Superpower Rivalry in the Indian Ocean: Indian and American Perspectives. (Note for Jacket--see Marketing File-so/10/26]The vast, politically turbulent region encompassing the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf, forty-two littoral states, and one third of the world's population is one of the most potentially explosive theaters of superpower rivalry.

The Indian Ocean, specifically the arm between Africa and India, was given this name, but it was also applied to either of the two arms of the ocean: the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf. The name of the Red Sea country of Eritrea in Africa references this name, a term for a reddish color in the waters.

Book Review. Today’s Paper across the Indian Ocean to the Persian Gulf. first by beginning to build up its own naval power, and second by seeking alternative supply routes that are less.

Concern over Indian arms buildup. preponderance will have severe consequences for peace and security in South Asia as well as for the Indian Ocean region. Pakistan cannot be oblivious to these.