2 edition of Indo-Pakistan relations, 1947-1955. found in the catalog.
Indo-Pakistan relations, 1947-1955.
Jyoti Bhusan Das Gupta
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|Number of Pages||254|
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This discussion argues that the United States-Pakistan alliance of emerged because American strategic concerns for the Middle East, arising in the aftermath of the Korean War and based upon a recognition of Britain's declining ability to defend the region, coincided with Pakistan's strategic needs as a newlyindependent nation. The United States believed that Author: Wade Jeffrey Larson. J.B. Das Gupta, Indo-Pakistan Relations, Voici un ouvrage extrêmement précieux sur un problème dont certains aspects sont peu connus. L'auteur esquisse l'histoire du conflit opposant hindous et musulmans.
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Lockwood Kashmir Collection. Himalayan Research Bulletin. is the grateful recipient of a collection of materials relating to Kashmir assembled by. Dasgupta, Jyoti Bhusan, Indo-Pakistan Relations (Djambatan, Amsterdam, ), p.
Dinesh Singh, Towards New Horizon (Vakils Feffer and Simons, Bombay. 46 Telegram from the UK High Commissioner in India to Commonwealth Relations Office, 28 MarchFile No. FO /, ‘India-Pakistan Relations’, PRO. 47 Telegram from Liaquat Ali Khan to Attlee, 10 MarchFile No.
FO /, ‘India-Pakistan Relations’, PRO. This book presents a study of the international dimensions of the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan from before its outbreak in October until the Tashkent Summit in January By focusing on Kashmir’s under-researched transnational dimensions, it represents a different approach to this intractable territorial conflict.
Book Review: Indo Pakistan Relations (): Indo Pakistan Relations (). By Dr. GuptaJ. Das. Amsterdam: Djambatan, xii, Author: Werner Levi. Indo Pakistan Relations ()- By Dr. DAS GUPTA Amsterdam.: Djambatan, xii, Bibliography. Dfl. (= 35 s.) The relations between India and Pakistan, according to this book, consist of an agglomer-ation of insoluble disputes.
Their fundamental character and attempts to settle them have been reported before. The. Growing Indo-US relations India’s annexation of Goa Further Dips in Pak-US Relations Sino-India War and the Beginning of the End of Institutional Interaction Conclusion CHAPTER 5 Allies at Loggerheads: The US.
See J. Das Gupta, Indo-Pakistan Relations, –, (Amsterdam ), –82 for Canal waters Dispute and World Bank efforts at mediation, and for the Canal Waters Agreement, see Rushbrook Williams, “Significance of the Indus Water Treaty” in Asian Review, (London), July (The treaty was signed on 19 September ).Cited by: 2.
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