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This has critical implications for both countries and the rest of the world. Renowned South Asia expert Stephen P. Cohen explains why he expects this rivalry to continue in this first comprehensive survey of the deep historical, cultural, and strategic differences that underpin the hostility. In recent years the stakes have increased as India and Pakistan have each acquired a hundred or more nuclear weapons, blundered into several serious crises, and become victims of terrorism, some of it from across their borders.
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America is puzzled by the problem of dealing with a rising India and a struggling Pakistan, and Cohen offers a fresh approach for U. Drawing on his rich experience in South Asia to explore the character, depth, and origin of Indian and Pakistani attitudes toward each other, Cohen develops a comprehensive theory of why the dispute between New Delhi and Islamabad is likely to persist. He also describes the terrible cost of this animosity for the citizens of India and Pakistan, including the region's high levels of violence and low level of economic integration.
On a more hopeful note, however, he goes on to suggest developments that could ameliorate the tension, including a more active role for the UnitedStates in addressing a range of issues that divide the nations. Kashmir is one of these issues, but as much a consequence as a cause of the rivalry. Can India and Pakistan resolve their many territorial and identity issues?
Perhaps the best they can expect in the near term is a limited degree of normalization, including bottom-up ideas generated by the peace and business communities, as well as a realistic assessment by strategic elites of the two states' shared common interests. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages.
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One of Professor Cohen's little tongue-in-cheek observations is that several American Presidents have taken it upon themselves to try and solve the India-Pakistan conflict, perhaps with visions of a Nobel Peace Prize dancing before their eyes. In the end, they go on to try and deal with something simple, like the Arab-Israeli struggle. This is one of those internation If you're looking for a pithy and to-the-point summation of one of the modern world's longest-lasting rivalries, look no further.
This is one of those international problems that simply refuses to go away, and the causes are many: culture, territorial conflict, a long memory of real and perceived insults and defeats, religion, etc.