Kashmir: The Economics of Peace Building

A report by Teresita C. Schaffer of the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ South Asia Program with the Kashmir Study Group.

The Kashmir problem is the most intractable part of the dispute between India and Pakistan. In the past five decades, scholars and statesmen have analyzed the political dimensions of the problem many times over and have tried to solve it or at least to manage it. The economics of the problem have received much less attention.

Originally published by CSIS in December 2005. Read the summary or the entire report.

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