The Middle East Military Balance 1989 1990

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The Middle East Military Balance 1989 1990
Author : Joseph Alpher
File Size : 49,6 Mb
Publisher : Routledge
Language : English
Release Date : 29 January 2020
ISBN : 9781000231564
Pages : 454 pages
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The Middle East Military Balance 1989 1990 by Joseph Alpher Book PDF Summary

Now in its seventh year, this annual review provides a detailed database on military forces and strategic developments in the Middle East. It offers statistics on populations, resources and military infrastructures, on armed forces and the military capacity of each state in the region, and on the Palestinian Liberation Organization. This year's volume contains essays on the activities of major armies in the Middle East, as well as in-depth analyses of fundamental strategic trends of particular relevance during the 1990s.

The Middle East Military Balance 1989 1990

Now in its seventh year, this annual review provides a detailed database on military forces and strategic developments in the Middle East. It offers statistics on populations, resources and military infrastructures, on armed forces and the military capacity of each state in the region, and on the Palestinian Liberation Organization.

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