6 edition of War Escalation in South Asia (Project Air Force) found in the catalog.
March 30, 2006
by RAND Corporation
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||98|
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Shifting alliance structures in South Asia may further complicate the management of India-Pakistan crises. India now sees the U.S. role in a crisis with Pakistan as a litmus test of America’s Author: Moeed Yusuf. Escalation in South Asia The scenario that I'll focus on here—though I develop more in the book—concerns India and Pakistan and how the two countries might come to the threshold of all-out Author: Michael O’Hanlon.
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Highlights key factors in South Asia imperiling U.S. interests, and suggests how and where the U.S. military might play an expanded, influential role. It suggests steps the military might take to better advance and defend U.S.
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interests, and suggests how and where the U.S. military might play an expanded, influential role. War and Escalation in South Asia. Book Description: escalation, and war in South Asia in ways that might endanger American interests that otherwise might not be evident. Note that the scenarios represent a heuristic exercise to explore how events might interact with each other; the scenarios are illustrative in nature, making no attempt to.
Center’s South Asia program, Escalation Control and the Nuclear Option in South Asia. We believe this book of essays by prominent American, Pakistani, and Indian authorities will advance our understanding of this poorly explored topic.
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RAGHAVAN Lieutenant General V.R. Raghavan was India’s Director General of Military Operations from to He is currently a Director at the Dehli Policy Group. Raghavan is the author of a number of books and articles, including India’s Search for Strategic Balance (Dehli Policy.
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This excellent book explains, in more detail and depth that ever before, the crucial decisions made in Islamabad, New Delhi, and in the mountain peaks of Kashmir that led to the Kargil /5(2). South Asia,” in D eterrence Stability and Escalation Control in South Asia, edited by Michael Krepon and Julia ompson (W ashington, DC: Stimson Center, ), 97–8.
This book focuses on the crisis that brought India and Pakistan to the brink of war. Authors focus on: the political history that led to the crisis; the conventional military environment, the nuclear environment and coercive diplomacy and de-escalation during the crisis; and how South Asia can avoid similar crises in the future.
Past Becomes Present. As it turned out, the pilot was released and the crisis ebbed, another in a recurring series of crises in South Asia. War scares and nuclear brinkmanship also fueled the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union. The world held its breath as leaders squared off over Berlin in and Cuba inand as relations collapsed into the War Scare of 4 Nuclear Crisis, Escalation Control, and Deterrence in South Asia Crisis The empirical evidence informs that states do not war in an impetuous manner.
Wars are shaped by a process of decisions and actions deriving from leadership appreciations of threatening circumstances. John E. Peters is the author of War & Escalation in South Asia ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review, published ), Quality of Life at Contingency Bas /5. War and escalation in South Asia by John E.
Peters,Rand edition, in English. No part of this book may be reproduced in any War and Escalation in South Asia, by John E. Peters, James Dickens, Derek Eaton, C. Christine Fair, Nina Hachigian, Theodore Instability and Escalation in South and Southwest Asia Risks of Escalation in the Ongoing Conflict Between India and.
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