AN INDIAN VIEW GEO-STRATEGIC HISTORY OF SOUTHERN ASIA
I heartily recommend reading this Indian view of strategic reality of Southern Asia.
It argues"that India, China and Pakistan have been locked up in a silent war, the latter two allied against India for the last 50 years. That war is coming to an end with India emerging victorious. At stake in the war was the very concept of India as a multi-religious, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic democratic polity — the vision associated with Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and other leaders of the nationalistic struggle".
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