The Effects of Nationalism on Learning in Recurring Crises: Evidence from India's Changing Kashmir Strategy
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Political Science (POSC)
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Bachelor of Arts
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Mon, 29 May 2017 22:21:42 GMT
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nationalism; Kashmir; Indo-Pakistani Rivalry; recurring crises; bargaining and learning; political shocks; BJP; 2014 Indian Election
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