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Limited conflicts under the nuclear umbrella Indian and Pakistani lessons from the Kargil crisis

Tellis, Ashley J

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Summary

  • This report examines the views of India and Pakistan on the significance of Pakistan's foray into the Kargil-Dras sector in a limited war that has come to be known as the ""Kargil conflict"". The goal of the analysis is to assess both combatants' perceptions of the crisis.

Notes

  • "National Security Research Division."
  • "Prepared for the United States Communication Agency."
  • "Approved for public release; distribution unlimited."
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 85-91).
  • English

Contents

  • PREFACE; SUMMARY; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INITIALISMS; Chapter One INTRODUCTION; METHODOLOGY; REPORT ORGANIZATION; Chapter Two THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE KARGIL CRISIS; PAKISTAN'S PERSPECTIVE; INDIA'S PERSPECTIVE; SUMMARY; Chapter Three KARGIL: LESSONS LEARNED ON BOTH SIDES; PAKISTAN'S PERSPECTIVE; INDIA'S PERSPECTIVE; CONCLUSIONS; Chapter Four OPTIONS FOR THE FUTURE; PAKISTAN'S PERSPECTIVE; INDIA'S PERSPECTIVE; CONCLUSIONS; Chapter Five CONCLUSION: KARGIL AND SOUTH ASIAN STABILITY; PROSPECTS FOR PEACE AND POSSIBILITIES OF WAR; IMPLICATIONS OF KARGIL FOR "UGLY STABILITY"
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