South Asian Crisis: India, Pakistan and Bangladesh

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South Asian Crisis: India, Pakistan and Bangladesh

By Robert Jackson
Praeger (for the International Institute for Strategic Studies), 1975
240 pp. $12.50
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Jackson's account of the interplay of regional and great-power diplomacy in the crisis of the subcontinent is graceful, lucid and shrewd. His analysis is a model of its kind and, as he notes, has ominous implications for world stability in a future where secession will be a threatening specter for more than a few states.

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