The Radcliffe Boundary Commission and the Fate of Kashmir

@article{Ilahi2003TheRB,
  title={The Radcliffe Boundary Commission and the Fate of Kashmir},
  author={Shereen Ilahi},
  journal={India Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={2},
  pages={102 - 77}
}
  • Shereen Ilahi
  • Published 1 January 2003
  • Political Science
  • India Review
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or more on the disputes and wars regarding Kashmir and Mountbattens involvement with them in particular, see Chandrasekhar Dasgupta, War and Diplomacy in Kashmir
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~ U n t i l recently, there has been a near consensus among policymakers and scholars that the objective of ethnic conflict management should be to support and preserve integrated, multiethnicExpand
Those espousing such interpretations of the evidence are best described as (but not limited to) pro-Pakistani historians and government officials. .or a good summary of the major issues
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or other ways in which Mountbatten played a key role regarding Kashmir, albeit after partition, see Dasgupta
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It is worth noting that Lamb mentions that Indian access to Kashmir was not a central reason for Mountbattens interference, but was rather an expected and added bonus. .or specific allegations, see
  • citations from the Pakistani newspaper, Dawn, as they appear in Satya M. Rai, Partition of the Punjab
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This quote is actually taken from Radcliffes reply to a question asked in the House of Commons by Sir Archibald Carter on April 9
  • As cited in Heward, The Great and the Good
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