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Kashmir: All Tactics, No Strategy

Title:Kashmir: All Tactics, No Strategy
Author:Jonah Blank
Publication:India Review / Routledge, Imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group
Enumeration:Vol. 2, No. 3 / July 2003 pp.: 181 - 202
Abstract:Despite a recent deescalation of military tensions and the fairest election in more than two decades, Kashmiris do not express much optimism about their future. If this skepticism is justified, perhaps it is due to a near-universal emphasis on short-term tactics at the expense of long-term strategy. Virtually all parties to the conflict in Kashmir - whether based in New Delhi, Islamabad, Srinagar or Muzaffarabad, seem to be thinking tactically rather than strategically. The one notable is the most implacable segment of the jihadist militants: all the more reason to be pessimistic.

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