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With continued violence in Kashmir and a heightened threat of terrorist activity by Pakistan-based militant groups, tensions and concerns over a serious military confrontation between nuclear-armed neighbors India and Pakistan remain high. In August , following a deployment of tens of thousands of additional troops and paramilitary forces to the region, the Indian government moved to revoke Article of the Indian constitution, removing the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Indo-Pakistani War of 1965
- India and Pakistan: Formalizing the 2003 Ceasefire Agreement
- Indo-Pakistani War of 1965
This compilation of works consists mainly of articles from Military Review, publications authored by the Combat Studies Institute, monographs from students at the Command and General Staff College, and selected works from other sources for which we have permission to reproduce. The Army University Press invites readers to submit for publishing consideration articles to Military Review or longer works to the Combat Studies Institute on issues related to India - Pakistan.
In Pakistan was created out of India when both the countries got independence from British rule and also during the partition of India. India-Pakistan wars are the series of conflicts that took place between India and Pakistan and termed as India-Pakistan War. The most violent outbreaks came in , , and
Indo-Pakistani War of 1965
We will be featuring articles and stories in the war including excerpts from the book "India-Pakistan Air War of " over the coming months to commemorate the 50th year anniversary of the conflict. True legends. Read more Liberation of Goa India China War India-Pakistan War This section of the site was the first ever detailed narration of the Air War on the Internet - which subsequently got published as a book. War and Peace - Bangladesh War.
Militarization and War pp Cite as. The Indo-Pakistan War escalated out of infiltration from Pakistan of 7, insurgents into Indian-occupied Kashmir on August 5, Pakistan not only failed to evoke the planned uprising in Kashmir, but provoked a surprising Indian counterattack, and unexpected abandonment by the United States and China. While there are many reasons for the War, militarization was the decisive cause because it was the lens through which all incentives to risk war were interpreted by the Pakistani leadership. Pakistan, of the all cases presented in this book, is the purest example of a military regime, and therefore demonstrates the strongest orientative and configurative biases of militarization.
India and Pakistan: Formalizing the 2003 Ceasefire Agreement
Neutral claims  . Neutral claims . The Indo-Pakistani War of was a culmination of skirmishes that took place between April and September between Pakistan and India. This conflict became known as the Second Kashmir War and was fought by India and Pakistan over the disputed region of Kashmir , the first having been fought in The war began following Pakistan's Operation Gibraltar , which was designed to infiltrate forces into Jammu and Kashmir to precipitate an insurgency against rule by India.
Yet another war between India and Pakistan was fought in It was the second conflict between the two countries over the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Indo-Pakistani War of 1965
The year was the worst year in terms of ceasefire violations between India and Pakistan since the agreement came into force. India blamed Pakistan for ceasefire violations along the Line of Control LOC and the working boundary along Jammu-Sialkot, while Pakistan blamed India for ceasefire violations causing around deaths in only. There are several explanations for these events; they range from local level military factors on the border to larger dynamics of internal and external political developments. Nevertheless, one thing is certain: all these ceasefire violations take place because India and Pakistan have no formal written ceasefire agreement with clearly defined modalities or Standard Operating Procedures SOPs to manage their borders. It is interesting to note here that Pakistan appears to be quite eager on formalizing the ceasefire, while the Indian side appears quite reluctant to even discuss it.
This book successfully clarifies and tests prominent efforts among scholars of military sociology and foreign policy to theorize about the interplay of militarization, militarism and war. Two general propositions about militarization, concerning its pernicious effects on war proneness and cognitive bias, are confirmed. Authoritative case studies on Pakistan, India, Israel, Egypt, Iran and Iraq bring a wealth of evidence to bear on the questions at hand. Among the more specific effects confirmed for militarization are hyper-sensitivity to windows of opportunity and a tendency to escalate disputes. Just as interesting is the generally mixed performance for the presumed effects of militarism; for example, the cases suggest that militaries neither seek territorial aggrandizement nor attack at the height of their relative power.
Stalemate Both nations declared victory. Effective strength on the West Pakistan Border . Neutral claims  . Neutral claims .
India did not want to escalate matters when Pakistani forces invaded Kutch in April and accepted a ceasefire with British mediation. Although the government allowed the use of Indian Air Force IAF combat aircraft on 1 September , action remained localised to the Chhamb area for five days. IAF was used for counter air, air defence, and in support of the ground forces.