Conflict Between India and Pakistan: An Encyclopedia
ABC-CLIO, 2008 - 277 من الصفحات
"India and Pakistan are perhaps the most dangerous neighbors on the globe with opposing ethnic and religious forces threatening far fetching social and political upheavals. With each nation now commanding nuclear power, their conflict has the potential to be even more devastating. For students, researchers, and other interested readers investigating Indo-Pakistani relations - the roots of the tension, the outbreaks of war, the current dynamics - Conflict Between India and Pakistan: An Encyclopedia is an informed new resource." "Conflict Between India and Pakistan begins with a series of alphabetically organized entries that describe the people, institutions, events, locations, and issues that have played a role in the Indo-Pakistani relations since the 1947 partition. It continues with a thoughtful discussion of the current state of India-Pakistan relations, an extensive chronology and bibliography, and an appendix and glossary. Insightful and evenhanded, it is a unique authoritative resource on one of the world's most volatile geopolitical flashpoints."--BOOK JACKET.
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Abdullah Advani Afghanistan agreement April army Asian assassinated Atal Bihari Vajpayee August Awami Ayub Khan Azad Jammu-Kashmir Bangladesh became Benazir Bhutto Bengal bilateral border Britain British cease-fire chief China Conference countries December defense delegation Delhi East Pakistan elections February forces foreign minister foreign secretary Ghulam held Hindu Hurst and Company independent India India and Pakistan Indira Gandhi Indo-Pakistan relations Indus Islamabad Islamic issue istan Jammu Jammu-Kashmir AJK Janata Party January Jawaharlal Nehru Jinnah July June Karachi Kashmir Lahore leader London March meeting military Minister of India Mohammad Mohammed Mountbatten Muslim League Narasimha Rao National Assembly Nawaz Sharif November nuclear October Oxford University Press peace Pervez Musharraf political Pradesh President Zia prime minister province Punjab Rajiv Gandhi References SAARC September Sikh South Asia Taliban talks territory tion Treaty troops United Nations Vajpayee visits India visits Pakistan Wavell World York Zulfikar