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Book of the Month for January: The Military Balance 2011

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One of the first Europa titles that we will be publishing this year, and which is a popular feature of our strategic and military list, is The Military Balance 2011. This major reference work is a collaboration with the IISS, The International Institute for Strategic Studies, the world's leading authority on political-military conflict. Due to publish on the 8th March, this title is available to pre-order today or you can recommend it to your Librarian.

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The Military Balance 2011 is the IISS's annual assessment of the military capabilities and defense economics of over 170 countries worldwide. Offering region-by-region analysis and comprehensive data on weapons and defense economics, it is an essential resource for those studying or involved in security policy making, analysis and research.

Users will find authoritative examination of current global issues, including:

  • the development of Iraq's security forces
  • the debate over NATO's strategic concept and operations in Afghanistan
  • developments in China's People's Liberation Army
  • military developments in Africa, including conflicts and the progress of the African Standby Force initiative.

If you would like to learn more about this title, or to pre-order, please click here.

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