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The Lost Rebellion: Kashmir in the Nineties

 
Manoj Joshi (Author)
Synopsis

The Lost Rebellion is an acclaimed classic on the rise of Kashmir militancy, which chronicles how a simple call for azadi by bands of disgruntled youth was transformed within a year into a full-scale jihad against India. It dwells at length on Pakistan’s proxy war against India, exposes the US position on Kashmir and unsparingly critiques the political bungling and bureaucratic ineptitude that hamstrung the fight against insurgency.  This updated edition includes an insightful foreword by Amitabh Mattoo, a new introduction and a detailed aftermath chapter on what has transpired in the new millennium. Manoj Joshi reveals that although violence has come down drastically, there has been no closure to the nearly three-decade-old conflict. The alienation of the Kashmiris has, if anything, grown and is now manifesting itself in violent civil protest.  Raw, compelling and meticulously researched, The Lost Rebellion is a riveting account of the human drama that lies at the heart of the crisis that is Kashmir.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Lost Rebellion: Kashmir in the Nineties
Author Manoj Joshi
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2019
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Penguin India
Language: English
isbn 9780143446491
length xxiv+516p, 8 Unnumbered Pages of Plates: Illustrations., (Black and White); 20cm.