The last colony: Muzaffarabad-Gilgit-Baltistan

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India Research Press with Centre for Strategic and Regional Studies, University of Jammu, 2008 - History - 262 pages
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Focusing on Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, specifically the Northern Areas and Azad Jammu, this exploration discusses three major impacts on the area’s future development: the 2005 earthquake, the post-9/11 surge in jihad activities, and sectarian violence in Gilgit and Baltistan. The arguments investigate what these three recent occurrences mean to the area’s national security, international presence and reputation, and human rights. The essays feature sample plans, guidelines, and protocols for optimal deployment and expansion of the community-based resources necessary for constructive progression.

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Contents

With Special Focus on Baltistan
3
PostEarthquake Dynamics
39
CHAPTER 3
72
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

P. Stobdan is the director of the Center for Strategic and Regional Studies at the University of Jammu. He previously served as the director of the Indian Cultural Center and secretary of the Embassy of India, Almaty. D. Suba Chandran is the author of Limited War.

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