Kashmir S Untold Story

Author by : Iqbal Chand Malhotra
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
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Description : Why has this state of siege in the Kashmir valley continued for 72 years since the Partition of India? What role has Pakistan played in it all of these years? And will there ever be a resolution to the militancy in the state? How will Islamabad get the forces of Islamic jihad-nurtured and based in Pakistan-to ever reconcile to the existing boundaries of J&K? How important is the ownership of the waters of the rivers of the Indus system for Pakistan-despite generous supplies under the Indus Waters Treaty-in determining an end to the siege within Kashmir? What are China's interests in J&K and how does the success of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) for oil and gas supplies hinge on Pakistan's occupation of northern areas of Kashmir? Why does the future survival and growth of the Chinese microchip industry depend upon the continuance of China's control of the waters and dams in the Indus river system? Kashmir's Untold Story: Declassified provides answers to these gripping questions and joins the dots in presenting the matrix of a consistent and compelling argument regarding the future of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Today, the state's water resources are coveted by the beleaguered Chinese microchip industry and it appears that this is going to determine the continuing militancy in the state. Malhotra and Raza argue that China and its client Pakistan will actively back the militancy, come what may. Delving deeper, the book also reveals amazing insights into the Government of India's policy towards the state, right from 1889, when it first imposed central rule and dispossessed the rule of the then Maharaja, till date. Owing to its strategic location, the intrigues within the state and the machinations of its neighbours have resulted in the government directly administering its affairs, one way or the other, for the last 130 years. It is a riveting account of the history of Jammu and Kashmir, from the time of its political and geographic consolidation under Maharaja Gulab Singh to present-day India.


Improving Declassification

Author by : Martin C. Faga
Languange : en
Publisher by : DIANE Publishing
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The Pinochet File

Author by : Peter Kornbluh
Languange : en
Publisher by : The New Press
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Description : When first published last year on the 30th anniversary of the Chilean coup, Kornbluh's work was hailed on the editorial page of the "New York Times" for exposing the U.S.'s role in supporting the advent of General Pinochet's brutal dictatorship.


Free Icon Books Ebook Sampler

Author by : Jim Baggott
Languange : en
Publisher by : Icon Books Ltd
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Description : Icon Books is an independent British publisher which publishes popular and engaging non-fiction for adults. We’re proud to be part of the Independent Alliance in the UK, publishing companies who share a common vision of editorial excellence and original, diverse publishing. This ebook sampler – available free on Kindle, in EPUB and as a PDF download from our website – covers subjects from popular science to sports biography to philosophy. The sampler includes extracts from: Atomic by Jim Baggott; Crashed & Byrned by Tommy Byrne; Fordlandia by Greg Grandin; God’s Philosophers by James Hannam; The Lives and Times of the Great Composers by Michael Steen; Love, Sex, Death and Words by John Sutherland and Stephen Fender; A Mind of Its Own by Cordelia Fine; Proust and the Squid by Maryanne Woolf; Quantum by Manjit Kumar; Sex, Botany and Empire by Patricia Fara; The Real Oliver Twist and A Time to Dance, A Time to Die by John Waller. From Proust and the Squid, a fascinating exploration of the science of the reading brain – ‘We were never born to read,’ begins Maryanne Wolf – to Greg Grandin’s Fordlandia, the riveting story of the American town Henry Ford tried to build in the Brazilian Amazon and Manjit Kumar’s BBC Samuel Johnson prizewinning Quantum, these books represent the best of over 20 years of non‐fiction publishing from Icon Books.


Conspiracy Fact Mkultra And Mind Control In The United States

Author by : Kate Marcello
Languange : en
Publisher by : ProWebWriter.com
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Description : Mind Control in the United States? Hard to believe? The series Conspiracy Fact Declassified is back again to prove it happened. Through declassified documents and various other sources, we further explore human experimentation. This time we zoom in specifically on mind control and the Top Secret government projects that examined this realm. We name the names. This compelling book is sourced throughout. You'll find out about how the U.S. ferried Nazi scientists into the country after World War II, and how that single operation became the catalyst for the creation of MULTIPLE experimental projects. You'll find out how those projects sourced more than 88 institutions nationwide to perform mind control experiments on unwitting citizens. You will hear from survivors. As usual with Kate Marcello, you'll get that resource-packed Addendum at the end of the book with more information to explore. This time, we couldn't fit everything in this section of the book so you will also get access to a massive supplement file containing ALL of the declassified documents pertaining to MKULTRA. In addition, it's also packed with other documents and photos pertaining to the author's research on MKULTRA. Free to download, it is well over a GB of information. If you love this one, you won't want to miss the first book in this series: Check out the first book in this series: http://bit.ly/conspiractyfactbook1


The Report Of The Hamoodur Rehman Commission Of Inquiry Into The 1971 War

Author by : Pakistan. Hamoodur Rehman Commission of Inquiry into the 1971 War
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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24 Declassified Veto Power

Author by : John Whitman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Harper Collins
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Description : The next twenty-four hours will be crucial to America's survival. A determined band of terrorists holds the key to bringing down the government by plunging the country into darkness, fear, and chaos -- a nightmare born not in a distant enemy land . . . but rather in the heart of America itself. After a mission gone bad, Counter Terrorist Unit operative Jack Bauer is relegated to infiltrating a dangerous homegrown militia group -- and stumbles upon information about an activated sleeper cell of Middle Eastern terrorists on American soil. But the roots of the insidious threat may go deeper than he suspects, firmly planted in the lies and treacheries of powerful government agencies. And without the trust and support of his CTU superiors, Jack may have to rely on the very fanatics he's sworn to destroy . . . or face an earth-shattering catastrophe at the end of the day.


Democracy Declassified

Author by : Michael P. Colaresi
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Recent scandals like WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden's disclosure of NSA documents have brought public debates over government accountability and secrecy bubbling to the surface. How can modern democracies balance the need for privacy in delicate foreign policy matters with the necessity of openness in gaining and maintaining the trust of citizens? Democracies keep secrets from potential enemies and their citizens. This simple fact challenges the surprisingly prevalent assumption that foreign policy successes and failures can be attributed to public transparency and accountability. In fact, the ability to keep secrets has aided democratic victories from the European and Pacific theatres in World War II to the global competition of the Cold War. At the same time, executive discretion over the capacity to classify information created the opportunity for abuse that contributed to Watergate, as well as domestic spying and repression in France, Norway and Canada over the past forty years. Therefore, democracies face a secrecy dilemma. Secrecy is useful, but once a group or person has the ability to decide what information is concealed from a rival, citizens can no longer monitor that information. How then can the public be assured that national security policies are not promoting hidden corruption or incompetence? As Democracy Declassified shows, it is indeed possible for democracies to keep secrets while also maintaining useful national security oversight institutions that can deter abuse and reassure the public. Understanding secrecy and oversight in democracies helps us explain not only why the Maginot Line rose and the French Republic fell, or how the US stumbled but eventually won the Cold War, but more generally how democracies can benefit from both public consent and necessary national security secrets. At a time when ubiquitous debates over the issue of institutional accountability and transparency have reached a fever pitch, Democracy Declassified provides a grounded and important view on the connection between the role of secrecy in democratic governance and foreign policy-making.


Secrets From The Black Vault

Author by : John Greenewald, Jr.
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Description : What happens when the history books are wrong? The United States Government wants you to not question the narrative that, in some cases, has been written by them for more than a century. But sometimes, real facts emerge from declassified documents that challenge what you thought you knew. This book dissects some of the most amazing declassified documents that have changed the history of the world and our perception of it. With each turn of the page, Secrets from The Black Vault reveals declassified programs and formerly top secret illustrations that detail an Air Force's secret plan to build a Mach 4 flying saucer; the Department of Defense's plan to detonate a nuclear bomb on the surface of the moon; the use of psychic spies within the CIA; how an unidentified object almost sparked World War III; and much more. Declassified documents within The Black Vault play a crucial role in understanding the inner workings of America's top secret agendas.


A Review Of The Department Of Energy Classification

Author by : Committee on Declassification of Information for the Department of Energy Environmental Remediation and Related Programs
Languange : en
Publisher by : National Academies Press
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Description : With the end of the Cold War, the Department of Energy is engaged in a review of its policies regarding the classification of information. In 1994, the Secretary of Energy requested the assistance of the National Research Council in an effort to "lift the veil of Cold War secrecy." This book recommends fundamental principles to guide declassification policy. It also offers specific suggestions of ways to improve public access while protecting truly sensitive information.