Shooting for a Century [E–pub Free]

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Shooting for a Century

characters Shooting for a Century 109 Of terrorism some of it from across their borders America is puzzled by the problem of dealing with a rising India and a struggling Pakistan and Cohen offers a fresh approach for US policy in dealing with these two powersDrawing on his rich experience in South Asia to explore the character depth and origin of Indian and Pakistani attitudes toward each other Cohen develops a comprehensive theory of why the dispute between New Delhi and Islamabad is likely to persist He also describes the terrible cost of this animosity for the citizens of India and Pakistan including the region's high levels of violence and low level of economic integration On a hopeful note however he goes on to suggest developments that could ameliorate the tension including a. The brilliance of Cohen clearly in evidence Perhaps the most incisive analyses of Indo Pak relations Cohen also suggests the way forward and it is a plausible one He is concerned that For many decades India and Pakistan have been moving in the wrong direction digging the hole deeper talking about insecurity than about opportunity Despite the problems in Pakistan he wants India to indulge because if your neighbours house is on fire isn t it in your interest to help put out the fire

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characters Shooting for a Century 109 Active role for the UnitedStates in addressing a range of issues that divide the nations Kashmir is one of these issues but as much a conseuence as a cause of the rivalryCan India and Pakistan resolve their many territorial and identity issues Perhaps the best they can expect in the near term is a limited degree of normalization including bottom up ideas generated by the peace and business communities as well as a realistic assessment by strategic elites of the two states' shared common interestsRight now full normalization seems unlikely Cohen writes in the preface so this book is suffused with conditional pessimism normalization would be desirable but there are worse futures than a projection of the present rivalry for another thirty years or. India Pakistan These two words are enough to spark many debates and fights in both the countries Both the countries view each other as hard core enemies What is it to do with both the countries How did the problem turn out to be such a grave issue Stephen P Cohen looks into this issue in his recent book As per the author there are only 5% of the conflicts in the world that are not resolvable and India Pakistan is one of themThe author starts the book looking at the context of how these two became separate countries The partition was done by a Britisher who never had any idea of the area civilization and people leading to a poor border Kashmir an area with majority Muslims but ruled by a Hindu Ruler was taken by India and it has become a big issue right from the partition Result is that the South Asia region has only 5% intra regional trade which is very badThe author moves on to the conflicts between the states and how there are three types of issues that are mainly contributing to the conflicts One is the visual disputes such as Kashmir River Waters etc Other is the identity crisis in which the way people perceive about each other has caused lot of problems India is considered as a giant which takes advantage and is considered to be a dominant Hindu oriented nation while Pakistan is looked upon extreme Islamist The strategic location of the nations has been exploited by external countries for their strategic advantageTHe author next moves into chapters dealing with the perspectives of how Indians and Pakistanis think about each other They have always viewed each other as negative and has always taken all the chances to impose the same in their people s mindsets The education system of both the countries are altered in such a way that History is never taught properly He looks at the various sects of people in both the nations and how they consider the problem widelyNuclearization has not done major changes but it has been a factor that has made responsible acts from both the Governments There is always a chance of some irrational behaviour that would lead to nuclear war though it is very low The changing geopolitics such as Soviet Union collapse rise of China Afghan Terrorism has changed the way the external nations look at Pakistan and India They have always played a crucial part in extending the issue and never tried to help the nations bridge the gapPakistan is no longer a big threat to India with growing China and Pakistan doesn t look the same way with decreased Army dominance and increased terrorism in the western regionsFinally the author considers the prospects of the countries coming together Though he says normalization may not come true increased trade and mutual acceptance might come due to the increase in communication through Social Media and the changing views of the countries He also wishes that USA plays a crucial role in helping the nations come togetherOverall it is a well researched book that explains the problem in all angles and from everyone s eyes The book doesn t say what would happen in the future but gives a clear picture of what are different possibilities and how things might turn up It is a must read book if you are interested in Geopolitics or if you are interested in knowing about how India Pakistan problem shaped up or would turn out in the future Wanted peace and business communities as well as a realistic assessment by strategic elites of the two states' shared common interestsRight now full normalization seems unlikely Cohen writes in the Illuminate preface so this book is suffused with conditional Where the Red Fern Grows pessimism normalization would be desirable but there are worse futures than a Timeless Moon Tales of the Sazi Book 6 projection of the On Photography present rivalry for another thirty years or. 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characters Shooting for a Century 109 The rivalry between India and Pakistan has proven to be one of the world's most intractable international conflicts ever since 1947 when the British botched their departure from the South Asian subcontinent And the enmity is likely to continue for another thirty five years reaching the century mark This has critical implications for both countries and the rest of the world Renowned South Asia expert Stephen P Cohen explains why he expects this rivalry to continue in this first comprehensive survey of the deep historical cultural and strategic differences that underpin the hostilityIn recent years the stakes have increased as India and Pakistan have each acuired a hundred or nuclear weapons blundered into several serious crises and become victims. If you re looking for a pithy and to the point summation of one of the modern world s longest lasting rivalries look no further One of Professor Cohen s little tongue in cheek observations is that several American Presidents have taken it upon themselves to try and solve the India Pakistan conflict perhaps with visions of a Nobel Peace Prize dancing before their eyes In the end they go on to try and deal with something simple like the Arab Israeli struggle This is one of those international problems that simply refuses to go away and the causes are many culture territorial conflict a long memory of real and perceived insults and defeats religion etc Add a healthy dose of nuclear weapons mutual proxy warfare and plenty of nationalist rhetoric and you have a situation that keeps people up at night not least in the two countries involved Cohen points out that the difference between the antagonists would seem to play heavily into India s hand and Pakistan s weaknesses other than military place it almost in the failed state category a struggle that Pakistan can t win and India can t lose And while some Indians might be willing to simply wait until Pakistan s inevitable collapse takes place Cohen is probably right to point out that Pakistan is too nuclear to fail Are there chances for the situation ameliorating No probably not but work can be done to keep it from getting much worse


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  • Hardcover
  • 236
  • Shooting for a Century
  • Stephen Philip Cohen
  • English
  • 20 March 2020
  • 9780815721864