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Indian Defence Review Jul-Sep 2017 (Vol 32.3)
Indian Defence Review Jul-Sep 2017 (Vol 32.3)
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Fulcrum of Evil: ISI, CIA, Al Qaeda Nexus Rs.795.00/-

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The volume incorporates details of major Pakistani security and intelligence services, structural and functional characteristics of the ISI and its devastating interventions in the internal political affairs of Pakistan. The author has candidly unveiled the operational thrusts of the ISI inside India, and Indiaís intelligence encirclement from Nepal and Bangladesh. There are poignant focussed revelations on the ISIís successful penetration of sections of the Indian political spectrum, opinion makers and the media. The frightening picture of emergence of Bangladesh as the twin terror-breeder of Pakistan has been candidly projected. The book delves deep into the ISIís intricate connectivity with the International Islamic Jihad movement.

The book is the product of authorís long pursuit to understand the global strategic manoeuvres, attempts to change the political geography of different countries through overt and covert means, transcendence of territorial colonialism to economic and military hegemony and Islamic fundamentalism and jihad. The Fulcrum of Evil concept has not been borrowed from President George W. Bushís ĎAxis of Evilí rhetoric. The concept is a part of civilisational evolution.

Author: MK Dhar
ISBN: 81-7049-278-5
Pages: 402
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