Prospects for Peace in South Asia
Rafiq Dossani and Henry S. Rowen (eds.)
Price
895
ISBN
9788125029953
Language
English
Pages
436
Format
Paperback
Dimensions
140 x 216 mm
Year of Publishing
2006
Territorial Rights
Restricted
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  • Collection of 13 essays (including introduction) by distinguished historians and scholars based in India and the US
  • Grouped into three parts
    • Pakistan's politics and the Kashmir issue;
    • India - politics and the Kashmir issue; and
    • India's and Pakistan's nuclear policies and US concerns
  • Addresses the hostile and often violent relations between India and Pakistan dating from 1947
  • Analyses the forces of national identity, religion and nuclearisation and also its impact on relations between both countries, and alternative role that US might play in resolving disputes
  • Notwithstanding the complexity of the on-going peace talks and peace possibilities, the book is forward looking and hopeful that peace is about to "break out" between India and Pakistan
Rafiq Dossani is Senior Research Scholar at Stanford University's Asia-Pacific Research Center (APARC), and is responsible for developing and directing the South Asia Initiative. His research interests include Asian entrepreneurship, security and technology. Henry S. Rowen, Director Emeritus of APARC, is a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and Professor of Public Policy and Management Emeritus at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
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