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continuing conflict in Kashmir

Iftikhar Harider Malik

continuing conflict in Kashmir

regional detente in jeopardy.

by Iftikhar Harider Malik

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Published by Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesConflict studies -- 259
ContributionsResearch Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13940180M

The Kashmir conflict has also been the subject of continuing attention by great powers and international organizations. What makes the Kashmir issue more ominous today is the nuclearization of South Asia and the potential use of nuclear weapons in a future Indo-Pakistani war over the control of Kashmir. New Delhi: Kashmir appears to be the focus of the edition of an internal publication of the Pakistan Army, with its chief Gen Qamar Bajwa describing last year’s Balakot air strike and the Author: Rezaul H Laskar.

  Buy Kashmir in Conflict: India, Pakistan and the Unending War 3rd by Victoria Schofield (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(17). As Pakistan and India square up for what may become a major regional conflict, Victoria Schofield's timely book examines the Kashmir question, from the period when the valley was an independent kingdom to its current status as a battleground for two of the .

The Jammu and Kashmir conflict (Hindi: कश्मीर विवाद, Urdu: مسئلہ کشمیر ‎) is a dispute over the territory of dispute is between India and claims all of the region that was once a princely currently controls about 43% of the territory, including most of Jammu, the Kashmir Valley, Ladakh, and the Siachen Glacier. Kashmir Gun Battle Kills at Least 7. Fighting between the Indian Army and militants threatened to heighten hostilities in the disputed region, where near-daily skirmishes have raged for weeks.


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Continuing conflict in Kashmir by Iftikhar Harider Malik Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Kashmir region in its present form became a part of the Hindu Dogra kingdom at the end of the First Sikh War inwhen, by the treaties of Lahore and Amritsar, Maharaja Gulab Singh, the Dogra ruler of Jammu, was made the ruler of Kashmir "to the eastward of the River Indus and westward of the River Ravi." The Dogra rulers--Maharaja Author: Subhamoy Das.

Victoria Schofield has managed to write an extraordinary book. Out of some 1, books on Kashmir 'Kashmir in the Crossfire' is an even-handed, carefully researched work of history that traces the political development of Kashmir right up to There's little about Victoria Schofield inside, but a great deal about Kashmir and by: Kashmir – the continuing conflict.

This land of beauty enjoyed peace for long periods but has had its share of conflict long before India and Pakistan took to arms over it. Kashmir was inhabited by the Brahmins when Buddhism was introduced by missionaries of Asoka in BC.

By the 7th century the area was ruled by the Karkota dynasty. Victoria Schofield has written a very detailed history of the conflict in Kashmir between India-Pakistan going from before the British left into the George W. Bush presidency detailing the persons, organizations and events that have made the conflict in Kashmir so difficult to get a handle on.4/5(20).

Get this from a library. The continuing conflict in Kashmir: regional detente in jeopardy. [Iftikhar Haider Malik; Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism.].

/5, because no book on history can be entirely accurate or even unbiased. That said, this one comes pretty close, or at least provides the readers with a variety of different, well-researched perspectives on most of the issues relating to Kashmir, and what led to the present day mess.4/5.

of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, the members of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, the ‘Azad’ Government of Jammu and Kashmir and numerous officials and private individuals.

No book is written single-handedly. All those I interviewed, often at short notice, could not have been more willing to open their hearts and homes to.

The Kashmir conflict is an extraordinary dispute about the inhabitants and their ambitions in regard to sovereignty, fueled by the subtleties of the inhabitants’ history. It is also a territorial dispute which reflects evident strains between national identities and political motivations and depicts the contrasting view of two nations — India and Pakistan.

Malik, Iftikhar, “ Continuing Conflict in Kashmir ” Regional Détente in Jeopardy London, Regional Institute for a Study of Conflicts and Terrorism, MarchpAuthor: Hilal Wani. Like the Arab-Israeli conflict, the conflict over Kashmir remains unresolved.

And like the Arab-Israeli conflict, it is the source, and perhaps the key, to peace in regions far greater than the territory in dispute. Origins of the Jammu and Kashmir Conflict. Why has the valley of Kashmir, famed for its beauty and tranquility, become a major flashpoint, threatening the stability of a region of great strategic importance to pose a nuclear threat for the entire world.

This book examines the Kashmir conflict in its historical context, from the period when the valley was an independent kingdom right up to the struggles of the present s: 1.

Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) was one of these princely states. Had it been part of British India, it would have gone to Pakistan, since Muslims constituted about 77 percent of the state’s population.

After the lapse of the paramountcy in Augustthe maharaja. During the Research Roundtable, Biswas previewed her new book, "Better to be Feared or Loved. Reputations and Conflict Management in India," which investigates India's experiences in confronting the insurgencies in Punjab, Kashmir and the continuing Left-Wing Extremist Movement.

The Kashmir conflict is a territorial conflict primarily between India and Pakistan over the Kashmir conflict started after the partition of India in as a dispute over the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir and escalated into three wars between India and Pakistan and several other armed skirmishes.

China has also been involved in the conflict in a third-party role. The Kashmir conflict is a territorial dispute between India and Pakistan over the Kashmir region, the northwestern most region of South Asia.

India claims the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir and as ofadministers approximately 43% of the region, including most of Jammu, the Kashmir Valley, Ladakh, and the Siachen Glacier. Kashmir has been, for some years, a key issue on the Indian political map.

More than a decade of conflict has deeply affected people’s livelihoods and living environments, their health, their eating habits, their work and workplaces, their access to education.

The impact of these things is felt most sharply in the lives of women, and yet, few discussions on Kashmir pay attention to this. The book tries to shift the focus of the discussion fromto the events leading up to the watershed elections held in Kashmir in He argued that the roots of the Kashmir crisis may be traced to but the continuing conflict ‘has much to do with the events that have unfolded in the decades’ after that.

For a variety of explanations for the origins of the Kashmir crisis, see Raju G.C. Thomas, ed., Perspectives on Kashmir: The Roots of Conflict in South Asia (Boulder, Colo.: Westview, ).Author: Hilal Wani.

The Kashmir Conflict of Testimonies of a Contested History InI was awarded a PhD by published works in History at the University of Warwick. The principal published work considered was my book A Mission in Kashmir. that “continuing conflict works” for both sides in the Kashmir conflict.

In what specific ways does conflict benefit each nation. FOR DISCUSSION OR WRITING 1. Review the notes you made in the chart above. In your view, is one nation at an advantage over the other in the Kashmir conflict.

Why or why not. The history of Kashmir is intertwined with the history of the broader Indian subcontinent and the surrounding regions, comprising the areas of Central Asia, South Asia and East ically, Kashmir referred to the Kashmir Valley. Today, it denotes a larger area that includes the Indian-administered union territories of Jammu and Kashmir (which consists of Jammu and the Kashmir Valley.The Kashmiri conflict has taken on even greater urgency since the nuclear arms race escalated between India and Pakistan in Schofield has reviewed the entire record of the conflict, interviewed many participants, and struggled to find possible solutions.

She finds the complications began inwhen the British "sold" the Muslim-populated valley of Kashmir to a Hindu : Lucian W. Pye. The continuing conflict in Kashmir is simultaneously about territory, nationality, and political ideology. The conflict has led to significant civilian casualties as a direct consequence of the violent struggle between separatist forces and Indian armed : Stuti Bhatnagar.