India-Pakistan Relations Analytical Essay by Carly Evans

An analysis of the India-Pakistan relation focusing on political tensions and the economic ties.
# 150764 | 1,555 words | 9 sources | APA | 2012 | US
Published by on Apr 09, 2012 in International Relations (Non-U.S.)


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This paper presents a discussion of India-Pakistan relations starting from each countries creation in the late 1940s through the new millennium. Discussions include the three major wars between India and Pakistan, the Kashmir Insurgency, and international and trade relations between India and Pakistan in today's modern society.

Outline:
History of India and Pakistan Relations
Countries Torn by War
The Kashmir Insurgency
India and Pakistan in the 90s
Indian and Pakistani Relations in the New Millennium
Trade Between India and Pakistan
The Future for India and Pakistan

From the Paper:

"The new millennium greeted the United States with the first attack on America since the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, and the relationship between India and Pakistan didn't fare much better. Tension and hostilities, despite the ongoing peace talks, continued along the line of control until fighting again broke out with India "shelling Pakistani military positions" and verbally condemning them for what they called "cross-border terrorism" ("The Brink of War"). Conflict continued throughout the year with several extremely violent and deadly attacks by India and presumed Pakistani backed Kashmiri militants ("The Brink of War"). The fighting between the two nations got so bad that by the end of 2001 it was feared that a third Indo-Pakistani war might break out. In an effort to relieve some of the mounting tension, President Musharraf, in January of 2002, "gave a keynote speech pledging that Pakistan would not allow terrorists to operate from Pakistani soil. He again called on the government of India to resolve the dispute over Jammu and Kashmir through dialog" ("The Brink of War").

"Despite the past conflicts, India sent out a hopeful message of peace to Pakistan when it sent aid to the nation following a 2005 earthquake that left the country reeling.
"Local reports said the crates were labeled 'from the people of India to the people of Pakistan'... Pakistan at first did not accept India's offer, saying relief supplies should be sent to India's own casualties. And when Pakistan's prime minister confirmed the relief would be accepted, he also reminded reporters that Pakistan had flown supplies to India in the aftermath of the Gujarat earthquake in 2001" ("Indian Quake Aid Reaches Pakistan," 2005)."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • "India, Pakistan Agree To Normalize Two-Way Trade." (2011). The Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/15/india-pakistan-normalize-trade_n_1094799.html.
  • "India-Pakistan Dispute." (2012). PBS. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/asia/india-pakistan/timeline_sec1.html.
  • "Indian Quake Aid Reaches Pakistan." (2005). BBC News. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/4334530.stm.
  • "Kashmir Insurgency." (n.d.). BBC News. http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/static/in_depth/south_asia/2002/india_pakistan/timeline/1989.stm.
  • Sullivan, Tim. (2010). "India Offers To Resume Talks With Pakistan." The Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/02/04/india-offers-to-resume-ta_n_448996.html.

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