Prospects for Peace in South Asia
Edited by Rafiq Dossani and Henry Rowen

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Prospects for Peace in South Asia

1.      Introduction, by Rafiq Dossani and Henry S. Rowen

PAKISTAN: POLITICS AND KASHMIR

2.      Islamic Extremism and Regional Conflict in South Asia, by Vali Nasr

3.      Constitutional and Political Change in Pakistan: The Military-Governance Paradigm, by Charles H. Kennedy

4.      The Practice of Islam in Pakistan and the Influence of Islam on Pakistani Politics, by C. Christine Fair and Karthik Vaidyanathan

5.      Pakistan's Relations with Azad Kashmir and the Impact on Indo-Pakistani Relations, by Rifaat Hussain

INDIA: POLITICS AND KASHMIR

6.      Who Speaks for India? The Role of Civil Society in Defining Indian Nationalism, by Ainslie T. Embree

7.      Hindu Nationalism and the BJP: Transforming Religion and Politics in India, by Robert L. Hardgrave, Jr.

8.      Hindu Ethnonationalism, Muslim Jihad, and Secularism: Muslims in the Political Life of the Republic of India, by Barbara D. Metcalf

9.      Jammu and Kashmir in the Indian Union: The Politics of Autonomy, by Chandrashekhar Dasgupta

INDIA'S AND PAKISTAN'S NUCLEAR DOCTRINES AND U.S. CONCERNS

10.  The Stability-Instability Paradox, Misperception, and Escalation-Control in South Asia, by Michael Krepon

11.  Pakistan's Nuclear Doctrine, by Peter R. Lavoy

12.  Coercive Diplomacy in a Nuclear Environment: The December 13 Crisis, by Rajesh M. Basrur

13.  U.S. Interests in South Asia, by Howard B. Schaffer

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