JOURNAL OF DEFENCE STUDIES

Wars by Pakistan, by Vikram Munshi

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  • July 2014
    Volume: 
    8
    Issue: 
    3
    Book Review

    The Pakistan-India relationship has been marked by both peaks and troughs, and scepticism and suspicion of each other’s motives has never been far behind. The two states were one till independence and, more importantly, the two armed forces were one. They had fought wars together before they fought wars with each other. As the author, Vikram Munshi points out, ‘In a little over two months from brother to neighbours to adversaries, the history of India and Pakistan has changed in more ways than anyone could ever have imagined.’ In this one sentence, the author has captured the essence of the relationship between the two countries from Partition to present day.

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