Pentagon's South Asia Defence and Strategic Yearbook is now in its fourth year of publication. It covers relevant issues of defence and security, military affairs and military technology written by experts and academicians themselves. These issues are important for defence services, foreign ministers and security experts spread among defence units, strategic think-tanks, government organisations / public sector units, national and international technology manufacturers and diplomats and bureaucrats. The book has been extremely well received and its circulation has grown tremendously in the last three years. It has been regularly reviewed in the USI Journal and other reputed journals and magazines. As The Book Review has commented: qIn comparison to the other yearbooks, this book stands out due to the well documented opinion peices by the experienced people from the armed forces, think tanks and academics. It creats a space for dialogue on important topics...qThe system has 16 underground stations, 34 elevated stations, and one station at grade and operates on two lines, the North-South and East- West lines. The Bukit Panjang Light Rail Transit system is a fully automated service that carriedanbsp;...
|Title||:||South Asia Defence and Strategic Year Book, 2010|
|Author||:||Col. Harjeet Singh (Retd)|
|Publisher||:||Pentagon Press - 2010-01-01|