Wars without End: The Indo-Pakistani Conflict
The three Indo-Pakistani conflicts (1947-48, 1965, and 1971) were all characterized by a low threshold of violence, limited scope, and short duration. A number of factors explain the limited extent of these conflicts: the common British imperial heritage, the lack of doctrinal innovation, and the pa...
|Published in:||The annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 541 (1995), p. 167-178|
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