PAKISTAN - INDIA CONFLICTS: an application of crisis decision making
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 By:Dr. Iram Khalid
 Binding:Hard Cover
 Price:Rs. 1495/=
Description: The book is highly informative and conceptually well designed and thought provoking. The students of Political Science and International Relations must read the book to clear their perceptions and improve their understanding on the issues highlighted in the book. Crisis is a volatile situation replete with multiple threats. Decisions under such circumstances are taken in accordance with certain predetermined mechanisms. Still every crisis varies from the other. So the decision-making procedure may also be different to deal with the crisis according to its requirement. Pakistan, like other states has faced several such crises. Interestingly, most of the said situations were with India. This book envisages a study of four crises among the long list of crisis between Pakistan and India. These include the crisis evolving out of the minority issue of 1950, the Brasstacks crisis of 1986-87, the crisis due to the nuclear tests in 1998, and the Kargil crisis of 1999.  
 About The Author:
The author is Associate Professor in Department of Political Science, University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. She has already three books. The area of specialization is Politics of South Asia, Pakistan India Relations and Diplomacy



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