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Title Crises in South Asia : trends and potential consequences / Michael Krepon, Nate Cohn, editors
Published Washington, DC : Henry L. Stimson Center, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (100 pages) : illustrations (digital, PDF file)
Contents Preface. -- List of abbreviations. -- Crises in South Asia: trends and potential consequences (Michael Krepon). -- Appendices: Appendix I: The structure of South Asian crises from Brasstacks to Mumbai (Samuel Black). -- Appendix II: Spoilers, mass-casualty attacks, and the disruption of hopeful India-Pakistan diplomacy (Nathan Cohn). -- Appendix III: Mass-casualty attacks in India (Nathan Cohn and William Shimer). -- Appendix IV: Mass-casualty attacks in Pakistan (Nathan Cohn). -- Appendix V: Chinese involvement in South Asian crises (William Shimer). -- Appendix VI: Ten countries most afflicted by mass-casualty terrorism since July 2007 (Nathan Cohn). -- Contributors
Summary Twenty years after acquiring nuclear weapon capabilities, ties between Pakistan and India remain strained. This new report is the latest in a series of Stimson publications that provide fresh and important insights into the various chapters of crisis and brinksmanship in South Asia - from the 1986-7 Brasstacks crisis, the 1990 crisis, the limited war in 1999 in the heights above Kargil, the 2001-2 'Twin Peaks' crisis, and the 2008 assaults on Mumbai. Michael Krepon addresses the trends and consequences of this series of crises. What have the two protagonists taken away from these events? Have the lessons shaped their behavior and their understanding of each other in subsequent crises? How can US policymakers contribute to regional stability, even while US relations with Islamabad and Delhi are on such different trajectories?
Notes September 2011
Title from PDF cover screen (viewed on Oct. 8, 2011)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Mode of access: World Wide Web
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Subject Crisis management
Terrorism -- India
Terrorism -- Pakistan
Crisis management.
Diplomatic relations.
Terrorism.
deterrence -- nuclear weapons -- India.
deterrence -- nuclear weapons -- Pakistan.
India -- Foreign relations -- Pakistan
Pakistan -- Foreign relations -- India
India.
Pakistan.
South Asia -- regional security.
South Asia -- terrorism.
Form Electronic book
Author Cohn, Nate
Krepon, Michael
Henry L. Stimson Center
ISBN 0984521194
9780984521197