India's Borderland Disputes: China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal
Boundaries are manifestations of national identity. They can be trip-wires of war. This is all the more important if the involved parties are nuclear powers. It threatens to inflame long-standing boundary disputes that India has with China, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. This book attempts to examine all the major aspects of these disputes. Going deep into their historical legacies, it discusses at length their causes, consequences and the ways to how to solve them.
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