KASHMIR IN THE SHADOW OF WAR REGIONAL RIVALRIES IN A NUCLEAR AGE

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Kashmir In The Shadow Of War

Author : Robert G. Wirsing
ISBN : 9781315290355
Genre : History
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This timely study examines the Indian-Pakistani conflict over Kashmir as this long-standing confrontation between regional rivals became inflamed. It focuses on the period from the effective nuclearization of the dispute in 1998 to the introduction of U.S. troops into the region in connection with the war in Afghanistan. Four chapters take on key problems illustrated by this case: Regional rivalry, Intervention, Religious conflicts, Conflict resolution. The author is an advocate of international intervention in regional conflicts and does not think that leaving the contesting parties to settle their dispute (a sort of benign neglect) is a responsible U.S. policy.
Category: History

Autonomy And Ethnic Conflict In South And South East Asia

Author : Rajat Ganguly
ISBN : 9781136311888
Genre : History
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This book uses empirical evidence from various case studies to examine the relationship between territorial and regional autonomy, the nation-state and ethnic conflict resolution in South and South-East Asia. The concept of territorial or regional autonomy holds centre stage in the literature on ethnic conflict settlement because it is supposed to be able to reconcile two paradoxical objectives: the preservation of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the state, and the satisfaction of ethnic minorities’ right to national self-determination. Critics argue, however, that autonomy may not be the panacea for ethnic conflict in all cases. The contributing authors begin with the concept of territorial or regional autonomy and subject it to a rigorous empirical analysis, which provides reliable evidence regarding the suitability of the autonomy solution to intractable ethnic conflicts. Drawing upon case studies from Kashmir, Assam, Sri Lanka, Aceh, Mindanao and Southern Thailand, this edited volume argues that autonomy arrangements may at best work to resolve only a handful of separatist ethnic conflicts in South and South-East Asia. This book will be of much interest to students of South and South-East Asia, Asian security, ethnic conflict, peace studies and IR in general.
Category: History

Asien

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ISBN : UOM:39015062081792
Genre : Asia
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105114615474
Genre : Peace
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Category: Peace

India And Pakistan

Author : Dr. Ishtiaq Ahmad
ISBN : UOM:39015069142779
Genre : History
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Kashmir

Author : Shahid Javed Burki
ISBN : PURD:32754076038888
Genre : History
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Category: History

Islam Women And Violence In Kashmir

Author : Nyla Ali Khan
ISBN : NWU:35556041534306
Genre : History
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"Since 1989, religious fundamentalism and exclusionary nationalism in Indian administered Jammu and Kashmir have generated political and social turmoil that has eroded the ethos and fabric of Kashmiri culture. These forces are responsible for the silencing of dissenters, economic deprivation, lack of infrastructure, mass displacements, political anarchy, and repression of women. This book seeks to analyze the effects of nationalist, militant, and religious discourses and praxes on a gender-based hierarchy"--Provided by publisher.
Category: History