Kashmir in Conflict By Victoria Schofield
Kashmir in Conflict: India, Pakistan and the Never-ending Struggle is historical past guide by Victoria Schofield, printed in 1996.
How has the valley of Kashmir, famed for its magnificence and tranquility, develop into the main target of a dispute with the potential for nuclear battle? How does the Kashmir separatist motion problem the integrity of the Indian state and threaten the soundness of a area of great strategic significance? As Pakistan and India sq. up for what could develop into a significant regional battle, Victoria Schofield’s well timed guide examines the Kashmir query, from the interval when the valley was an impartial kingdom to its present standing as a battleground for 2 of the world’s latest nuclear powers: India and Pakistan. Schofield now traces the origins of the battle in the 19th century and explains the intense points that divide India and Pakistan and assesses the army positions of each states as their troops mass alongside the border.