The Origins Of War In South Asia: Indopakistani Conflicts Since 1947


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In examining the forces that made the Indo-Pakistani relationship prone to conflict, Dr. Ganguly focusses first on the nature of the British colonial disengagement policy, a hasty and ill-conceived procedure that served to exacerbate the ideological differences between India's major political parties, the Congress and the Muslim League. Their competing views-the Congress espoused a secular polity while the League drew its inspiration from Islamic tenets-formed the basis of the two polities that emerged from the collapse of ...

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