Academic journal article The Journal of Central Asian Studies

Restoring India's Silk Route Links with South and Central Asia across Kashmir: Challenges and Opportunities

Academic journal article The Journal of Central Asian Studies

Restoring India's Silk Route Links with South and Central Asia across Kashmir: Challenges and Opportunities

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Mushtaq A. Kaw, "Restoring India's Silk Route Links with South and Central Asia across Kashmir: Challenges and Opportunities", The China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly, Vol. 7, No. 2, May/June, 2009, The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Washington DC, USA or The Silk Route Studies Programme, Institute for Security and Development Policy, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 59-74 [ISSN 1653-4212].

I enjoyed reading the entire article word by word including the footnotes. The approach to the substance was objective and the author developed the theme like an alert author. A fine demonstration of intellectual honesty where pen is wielded in a manner that it rhymes with conscience - the ultimate obligation of a scholar worth the name.

At our level perhaps the realization is growing stronger that there is need to co-operate in the region but unfortunately, we heed to external factors more than our national interests. Precisely for this reason, IndiaPakistan and India-China are likely to keep their horns locked and why not, because who would buy otherwise billion dollar worth aircraft carriers, fighters, submarines, tanks, guns, missiles and modern munitions from our so called patrons. …

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