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For instance, the 1965 India-Pakistan war was punctuated by the signing of the short-lived Tashkent Agreement, and the 1971 war by the Simla Agreement, which pro- 1384-5 ch02 12/19/07 10:30 AM Page 38 38 / south asia’s crises vided a framework for peace between the two countries for almost three decades. Following the multiple crises of 1984–85, the countries decided to negotiate a non-attack pact, which eventually led to the Agreement on the Prohibition of Attack against Nuclear Installations and Facilities in 1988.

1 They also share some features with the Kargil crisis (see chapter 5). the rann of kutch, 1965. Like Kashmir, the Rann of Kutch (an area of roughly 3,500 square miles) became a disputed territory after partition. 2 India and Pakistan inherited this problem and first exchanged diplomatic notes on the issue in 1948; since then, it has been part of an all too familiar blame game between the two countries. 3 Viewing the marshes as a landlocked sea because of flooding during the monsoons, Pakistan argued that the boundary should lie in the middle rather than along the northern edge and in 1954 staked a claim to half the area.

3 Viewing the marshes as a landlocked sea because of flooding during the monsoons, Pakistan argued that the boundary should lie in the middle rather than along the northern edge and in 1954 staked a claim to half the area. India countered that a marshland was not a sea and hence the boundary should remain in its northern location. On April 9, 1965, fighting broke out between probing patrols sent out by Pakistani and Indian ground troops positioned in the area, rapidly escalating to a brigade-sized battle.

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