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Crafting Peace in Kashmir: Through a Realist Lens

Verghese Koithara (Author)
Synopsis Protracted, violent conflicts elsewhere can provide a useful perspective to understand how conflict dynamics work and how conflict conclusion can be more realistically sought through a peace rather than a war strategy. The conflicts of Northern Ireland, Sri Lanka and Israel-Palestine have been analysed with this in view. Northern Ireland provides an illuminating example of using a well-crafted internal settlement to end a wider conflict. A study of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is useful to understand how very different are the structures of the two conflicts and how much more tractable the India-Pakistan conflict is. The book presents reasons why Pakistan, and its army, can be induced to accept a final settlement along the LoC, provided it is made apart of a broader deal that accords substantial autonomy to both sides of the new border. Also why such a deal shall not pose a risk to the security--internal and external-of either country. The LoC-into-border deal lies within amicable reach, but it calls for vision, flexibility and strategy to arrive at it. Presenting a completely new perspective on the Kashmir conflict, this book will attract a wide readership among scholars, journalists, policy-makers and anyone interested in the Kashmir Issue.
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Title Crafting Peace in Kashmir: Through a Realist Lens
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178294214
length 315p.