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Internal and External Dangers
Internal and External Dangers mainly describes the dangers which roll over from a variety of treatises signed between the foreigners and the local people that have been neglected from time to time to but opens an outlet for the foreigners to enter into illegal abetments. Chapter V of Book IX in Arthashastra has enlisted some of the conditions which cause internal and external dangers.
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