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Title: How Modi shifted the India-Pakistan paradigm
Authors: Chaulia, Sreeram
Keywords: India-Pakistan paradigm
Narendra Modi,
Issue Date: 2-Mar-2019
Publisher: Russia Today
Citation: Chaulia, S. (2019, March 02). How Modi shifted the India-Pakistan paradigm. Russia Today. Retrieved from https://www.rt.com/op-ed/452839-india-pakistan-tensions-modi/
Abstract: Pakistan was the first mover into the sub-conventional warfare domain after it sustained a big loss in the 1971 war with India. Now, Modi has come up with his own sub-conventional doctrine of pre-emption that is precise, disciplined and proportionate. India is not Israel and never can be that aggressive in countering terrorism because it has ambitions of being accepted internationally as a responsible nation that would one day become a great power. Moreover, India has to contend with the much more formidable challenge that it faces from China on its other border and the tight-knit China-Pakistan 'all weather alliance'.
URI: https://www.rt.com/op-ed/452839-india-pakistan-tensions-modi/
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