Selection of following artciles from the magazine Asian Affairs released by way of Routledge:
1. Afghan-Pakistan border disputes
2. Bangladesh Land and Water
three. British cemeteries in South Asia
four. British consuls in Kashgar
five. British India's casual Empire and Spheres of impression in Asia and Africa
6. by way of land from Gilgit to Hong Kong
7. Eric Newby, the Hindu Kush and the Ganges
eight. Francis Younghusband and the good game
nine. India and the Himalayan states
10. Karakoram and Hunza
eleven. Kashmir a story of 2 valleys
12. misplaced chance The Alaska-Siberia tunnel
thirteen. Memsahibs in Persia
14. difficulties of pastoralism within the Afghan Pamirs
15. Russian Railway Penetration in principal Asia
sixteen. Siberia's Lake Baikal
17. Strategic Railways at the Border of British India
18. The Durand Line
19. The Indus - life-blood of Pakistan
20. The Mysteries of the Gobi Desert
21. The Shanghai Co-Operation Organisation
22. The Sikhs earlier than and after Indian independence
23. the incomplete time table of the partition
24. what's Taiwan to China
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