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The India - The India-Pakistan Conflict What are the...

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The India-Pakistan Conflict What are the origins of the india-pakistan conflict? o 5 armed men swarmed New Delhi and the Indian government claimed that these men were islamist insurgents of Pakistan who sought to convince india to give up kashmir. Indian government believed that Pakistan backed these people o Indias government sends troops to the line of control to prevent further infiltration of the Pakistanis The problem of Kashmir o The creation of Pakistan Carved out of india to represent muslim interests in british india Pakistan never focues on building a society, culture, instead always focuses on security. Militarization of Pakistan policy is left over from the british presence The partition was brutal and creates bitter memories that would poison relations with india and pakistan o Princely states of india – had the right to determine if they would join Pakistan or inidia, majority muslim populations chose Pakistan, majority hindu chose india, Kashmir had a majority muslim but a hindu prince so Kashmir should have gone
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course HIST 128 taught by Professor Nelson during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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