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India and Pakistan: Unending Conflict (In 3 Vols.)

Prakash Chander (Author)
Synopsis India and Pakistan share a history of rivalry and conflict that spans over fifty years. The primary focus of their conflict has been the disputed territory of Kashmir, where the two nations fought wars several times. Frequent confidence-building efforts have worked to dampen hostility and convey the message that, although local commanders might occasionally engage in provocative action, national level leaders remain in control and will not be drawn into conflict. Today, India and Pakistan are on the threshold of nuclear weaponization in a region that has significant border disputes and the world’s highest incident of terrorist violence. The weaponization of the region has presented a significant problem in policy planning by the western states. This multi-volume work intended to cover the burning issues between India and Pakistan from 1947, to the present day. It will serve the needs of historians, students, researchers and all those who are interested to know about real factors behind Indo-Pak conflict.
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Title India and Pakistan: Unending Conflict (In 3 Vols.)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176484024
length xxiv+1028p.