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The 1962 war between India and China was marked by lapses in intelligence performance on the part of the defeated country, India. These lapses originated from resource constraints and lack of analytical experience. A civilian agency with a policing culture was tasked with collecting and assessing military intelligence. The result was an inability to appreciate the profound impact that subtle differences in Chinese domestic calculations and military postures could have on Beijing’s readiness to escalate hostilities Show more
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van Woensel, Jeoffrey
Book titlePerspectives on Military Intelligence from the First World War to Mali
Organisational unit03515 - Wenger, Andreas
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