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India, Pakistan And The Legacy Of September 11Th

Title:India, Pakistan And The Legacy Of September 11Th
Authors:Jessie Lloyd and Nathan Nankivell
Publication:Cambridge Review Of International Affairs / Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Enumeration:Vol. 15, No. 2 / July 01, 2002 , pp.: 269 - 287
Abstract:While the physical effects of the attacks on the United States and the corresponding 'war on terrorism' seem to be the most direct consequences of September 11th, the most noteworthy consequence is, in fact, the changing world order and the newly emerging concepts of security. India and Pakistan, based on their geography, politics, and domestic experiences, are two key participants to this war on terrorism. By reviewing the regional relationships, economic impacts, and the Kashmir situation since September 11th, it will be possible to see that the success of this new security order in South Asia is contingent on India and Pakistan's cooperation. The leaders of these two countries will have to balance their domestic challenges and the demands of the international community.

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