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Asian Social Science
South Asia is a region often tinted with crisis, conflict and war. Historically, this region is undeniably a region exposed by military activities or 'use of force'. Therefore, military development has become a main agenda in South Asian countries in hope to strengthen the defense system and ensure security and national sovereignty. The need of this military development agenda has successfully made India, which obtained independence in 1947, to emerge as a new military power through certaindoi:10.5539/ass.v5n4p22 fatcat:omwo6zl47zdmzjhlnqiu6kvi64