Description - Four Crises and a Peace Process by P. R. Chari
Four Crises and a Peace Process focuses on four contained conflicts on
the subcontinent. The crises are notable because any one of them could have escalated to a large-scale conflict, or even all-out war, and three took place after India and Pakistan had gone nuclear. Looking for larger trends of peace
and conflict in the region, the authors consider these incidents as cases of
attempted conflict resolution, as instances of limited war by nucleararmed
nations, and as examples of intervention and engagement by the United States and China. They analyze the reactions of Indian, Pakistani,and international media and assess the two countries' decision-making processes.
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Author Biography - P. R. Chari
P.R. Chari is research professor at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies in New Delhi. His books include Security and Governance in South Asia (Manohar, 2001). Pervaiz Iqbal Cheema is president of the Islamabad Policy Research Institute. His publications include The Armed Forces of Pakistan (Allen and Unwin, 2002). Stephen P. Cohen is senior fellow in Foreign Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution. His previous books include The Idea of Pakistan (Brookings, 2004) and India: Emerging Power (Brookings, 2001), and The Indian Army: Its Contribution to the Development of a Nation (Oxford University Press, 2001).