Four crises and a peace process American engagement in South Asia
By: Chari, P R.
Contributor(s): Cheema, Pervaiz Iqbal | Cohen, Stephen P.Material type: BookPublisher: Washington Brookings Institution Press 2007Description: x,252p. ill., maps ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9788172237318.Subject(s): Conflict management -- South Asia | Peace-building -- South Asia | National security -- South Asia | South Asia -- Politics and government | United States -- Relations -- South Asia | South Asia -- Relations -- United StatesDDC classification: 327.170954 Online resources: Table of contents
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-244) and index.
Fifteen years, four crises -- South Asia's crises -- The brasstacks crisis of 1986-87 -- The compound crisis of 1990 -- The Kargil conflict -- The 2001-02 border confrontation -- Peace and war in South Asia.
"Explains the underlying causes of four contained conflicts on the subcontinent, their consequences, the lessons learned, and the American role in each. Considers these as cases of attempted conflict resolution, as instances of limited war by nuclear-armed nations, and as examples of intervention and engagement by the U.S. and China"--Provided by publisher.