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India-Pakistan Conflict: An Overview

The sovereign states of India and Pakistan came to a loggerhead almost from the inception of their creation and independence. The traditional analysis of this veritable civil war—the inhabitants of these two neighboring states constituted a single political nation as subjects of the British Empire prior to 1947—has focused on three themes: communalism, colonialism, and nationalism.1 While all three have contributed to the conflictual relationship between the two countries, none of them, sing...

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The Chinese Revolution

By Edward J. Lazzerini WESTPORT, CT: GREENWOOD PRESS, 1999 GREENWOOD PRESS GUIDES TO HISTORIC EVENTS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 197 + xix PAGES Edward Lazzerini’s book is an important addition to the Guides to Historic Events of the Twentieth Century series published by the Greenwood Press. It provides a succinct overview of Chinese political history from the last decade of the nineteenth century to the present in a clear and crisp language which will be helpful to both students and non...