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Antony releases 'Brahmand World Defence Update 2013'

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Defence Minister A K Antony releases 'Brahmand World Defence Update 2013' with CEO & MD BrahMos Aeropsace, A Sivathanu Pillai, at the biennial Aero Show which began in Bangalore on Wednesday. A Brahmand photo.

YELAHANKA, BANGALORE (BNS): Defence Minister A K Antony released ‘Brahmand World Defence Update 2013' on 6 February 2013, during the inauguration of the ninth edition of Aero India at Yelahanka, Bangalore.

Countries around the world are reassessing their military concepts, structures and technologies in view of emerging threats to global security. In this context Brahmand World Defence Update 2013 is an earnest attempt to assess the global military in a clear and comprehensive manner. In its second edition, the yearbook has endeavoured to present a complete picture of the world from the military perspective.

The yearbook has focused on listing the defence capabilities of 113 countries worldwide along with each country's economy, defence expenditure and defence Industries including budget & expenditure data.

The book also contains strategic information of 30 countries selected from each continent/region focusing on their geopolitical/geostrategic importance, internal and external conflicts, strategic relations/alliances, threat perspectives, defence capabilities, defence production and R&D, and procurement programmes etc.

The first edition of the book was launched on 29 March 2012 during Defexpo held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. The book has received glowing reviews from different quarters.

The book aims at providing important military information to defence establishments of countries around the world including industries and research scholars etc.


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