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Table of Contents
                            PUBLISHER'S NOTE
CONTENTS
FOREWORD
PREFACE
INTRODUCTION: The Background of Indo-Pakistan Tension
MAJOR DISPUTES BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN
ATTITUDE OF BIG POWERS TOWARDS INDIA AND PAKISTAN
BEFORE SIMLA: Pakistan Peoples's Party comes into Power
SHIFT IN POLICY: Mr. Bhutto's Traditional Stand and His New Stand after 1971 Towards India
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SIMLA AGREEMENT
RELATIONS IN 70's
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
                        
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6 4 lndo-Pak Relations

7. For the i mportant factors in changing American foreign
policy in the subcontinent during that period, see Choudhury,
Chapter 6.

8. Choudhury, pp. 59- 1 0 1 .

9. The New Yo.rk Times, December 8, 1 97 1 .

1 0. Pakistan has withdrawn
loss of the East wing,
would be untenable.

1 1 . Choudhury, p. 7.

from SEATO, because after its
Pakistan's m embership in SEATO

1 2. In a speech of Nehru in 1 946, as the Minister of External
Affairs of the Interim Government. Cited by Choudhury,
p. 1 0.

1 3 • . for Soviet Russia's hard atti tude towards India and Pakistan
in the early 1 950s, see Bhabani Sen Gupta, The Fulcrum
of Asia: Relations among China, India, Pakistan, and the
USSR ( New York: Pegasus, 1 970), pp. 4 1 -52.

1 4. Choudhury, pp. 9- 18 .

1 5. Ibid. , pp. 16-24.

1 6. Ibid. , pp. 33-44. See also, S.M. Burke, Pakistan's Foreign
Policy ( London: Oxford University Press, 1973).

1 7. Gupta, pp. 1 4 1 -240.

1 8. "Mrs. Gandhi 's Protest Against Russian Arms Sales, " The
Statesman, j uly 10, 1 968.

1 9. Choudhury, pp. 63-68; also Anwar H. Syed, pp. 48-5 1 .

20. The text of this agreement is in the Kessing's Contemporary
Archives (London), (August 2 1-28, 1 97 1 ) , p. 24773.

2 1 . President Daud has been ki l led in another coup. The mi litary
proclaimed martial law in Afghanistan on April 28, 1 978.

22. For Sino-Indian relations in early 1 9 50, see Gupta, pp. 93-
108 .

23. Choudhury, pp. 1 59- 1 64.

24. Ibid., p. 1 53.

25. Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence are as fol lows:
( 1 ) respect for each other 's territorial integrity and sover�i­
gnty; (2 ) mutual non-aggression; (3) noninterference in each
other's internal affairs; (4) equality and mutual benefit;
and (5) peaceful coexistence.

26. Choudhury, pp. 1 50- 1 59.

27. See Anwar H. Syed, pp. 54-60.

,28. The grand designs of Indian expansion have been discussed
in detail by Choudhury, chapter 8.

29. For detailed discussions on the factors why China chose
confrontation with India, see Gupta, pp. 1 66- 1 7 5.

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1 40

U.S. Consul ate, 34.

U.S. Foreign Policy, 44.

U.S Government, 46.

Usmani, Mahmoodul H aque, 95.

U.S Military, 45, 46.

U.S. Pakistan, 43, 47.
U.S. Policy, 42, 44, 45, 46.

U.S.S. R . , 63.

U .S. P lane, 45.

Vajpai, Atal Bihari , 95, 1 26 .
Victor Umberict, Dr. 1 1 6.

Vietnam , 45.

Violence, 7 1 .

Wagha, Attari, 1 22.

Waldheim; Kurt, 83, 84, 95.

�ali Khan, 72, 77, 88, 95 .
War 1 965( Indo-Pakistan) , 27, 44,

46, 50,
.

73, 102.

War 1 97 1 , 87, 88, 9l, 1 02.
Washington, 42, 46, 47, 58, 95.

West Pakistan, · 2 1 , 23, · 25, 26,
27, 28, 30, 33, 34, 35, 59,
70, 74, 75, 83, 88, 1 1 4, 1 1 5.

West Pakistan Border, 33,

West Pakistan Frontier, 33.

West Pakistanis, 24, 25, 34.

West · Pakistani troops, 29.

West Wing, 28.
Western Front, 73.

Western India, 24.

Western Mili tary Pacts, 48.

White House, 46.

World Bank, 3 1 .

Yahya · Khan (President, General).
25 , 26, 28, 29 , 30, 33, 34,
35, 46, 58, 60, 7 1 , 72.

Zafar, S.M. 95.
Zia-ul-Haq, General, 1 26.

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