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Deadly Impasse: Indo-Pakistani Relations at the Dawn of a New Century

Deadly Impasse: Indo-Pakistani Relations at the Dawn of a New Century

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Sumit Ganguly
Cambridge University Press, 3/31/2016
EAN 9780521125680, ISBN10: 0521125685

Paperback, 188 pages, 21.6 x 13.8 x 1.1 cm
Language: English

What ails the Indo-Pakistani relationship? Rivalry between the two states has persisted since the partition of the British Indian Empire in 1947, and despite negotiations, four wars and multiple crises, India and Pakistan remain locked in a long-standing dispute. Evaluating relations from 1999 through to 2009, Sumit Ganguly seeks to understand this troubled relationship and why efforts at peace-making and conflict resolution, which have included unilateral Indian concessions, have not been more fruitful. Charting key sources of tension throughout the decade, including the origins and outcomes of the Kargil War in 1999, developments in the Indian-controlled portion of the state of Kashmir, the attack on the Indian parliament in December 2001 and the onset of the 2001–2 crisis, Deadly Impasse sets out to discover whether the roots of this hostile relationship stem from security dilemmas or reflect the dynamics between a status quo power and a predatory state.

1. The rivaly revisited
2. Kargil and after
3. The troubled decade in Kashmir
4. The road to Operation Parakram
5. The composite dialogue and beyond
6. An extension of the rivalry
7. Policy implications
Appendices
Bibliography
Index.