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India-Pakistan

the history of unsolved conflicts

by Lars Kruse-Blinkenberg

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Published by Odense university Press in Odense .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • India -- Foreign relations -- Pakistan.,
  • Pakistan -- Foreign relations -- India.,
  • Jammu and Kashmir (India) -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementLars Blinkenberg.
    SeriesOdense University studies in history and social sciences -- vol. 210, Odense University studies in history and social sciences -- v. 210
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS450.P18 B64 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1-2 > ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21486908M
    ISBN 108778382858, 8778382866, 8778382874


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This is an important book, written with the benefit of deep knowledge of the region and informed by incisive and erudite analysis. "-Vartan Gregorian, President, Carnegie Corporation of New York "Professor Stanley Wolpert's latest is a wonderfully lucid and succinct survey of the tangled web of India-Pakistan relations over the decades.

Stanley Wolpert provided a fascinating perspective and dispassionate analysis of India's history in his earlier book "Shameful Flight" (reviewed in this blog). India-Pakistan book this book the author does not disappoint. Some of the insights provided by the author: One: The distance between Pakistan and India Cited by: Events, in particular in andare described, culminating in India-Pakistan book withdrawal and establishment of the new states of India and Pakistan.

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In this article, I list 10 books which are must-reads to understand the partition of India and Pakistan. Partition of India and Pakistan is one of the most sensitive subjects in the history of modern South Asia.

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The Partition of India was the division of British India into two independent Dominions: India and Pakistan. The two states have since gone through further reorganization: the Dominion of India is today the Republic of India (since ); while the Dominion of Pakistan was composed of what is known today as the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (since ) and the People's Republic of Bangladesh Location: Indian Subcontinent.

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edition of his Pakistan or the Partition of India published in The book has the relevance of a historical kaleidoscope of the thoughts and events that led to the partition of the country and the course of the politics of the sub-continent. No serious student of the current political or social events.

This book, first published in with this revised edition published inwas recognised as the standard work on Indo-Pakistani geography. Part 1 focuses on climate and soils; Part 2 provides a synopsis of the social complexities of the sub-continent; Part 3 examines planning and development; Part 4 is devoted to detailed regional Cited by: To be honest, I don't remember much what was there in our text books regarding India.

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Source: India Magazine. But the Pakistani textbooks say Mr. Singh started a violent campaign against Kashmiri Muslims. When they revolted, with Pakistan's support, he was forced to ask for India Author: Divya Chauhan. The security relationship between India and Pakistan is generally viewed through a neo-realist approach of International Relations.

Treading on a different path, this book explains the rivalry of these countries by looking at the socio-cultural norms found at two levels, elites versus popular. Furthermore, it also conceptualizes a hypothetical India-Pakistan security community that could. This book explores the unfinished IndiaPakistan Trade normalisation agenda (building upon the themes covered in the book India-Pakistan Trade: Strengthening Economic Relations published by Springer in ) and discusses the steps that must be undertaken in order to move the bilateral engagement forward.

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