Indo-Pak Conflicts causes

Attributes conflicts and political unrest to a variety of factors depending on our personal perspectives, the views of our governments and ideologies of the parties involved, but rarely political conflict with natural or geographical characteristics of the country's attribute and the influence of individuals and countries.

Now, I do not say that geography is the only reason why the world is experiencing conflict; On the contrary, it is one of the many factors contributing to wars, political distrust and a variety of other social ailments that serve to cause interpersonal and international problems. Not only have they influenced geographical formations we choose to live, but in some cases it has also been a factor in the construction of the nation and the drawing of borders. Historically, a river, mountain range or ocean could separate different groups of people, resulting in a lack of knowledge about the other group and contributing to the social factors that lead to conflicts.

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In this article, I will explain the ways in which geography and natural land formations in 1947. entities that have contributed to the conflict between India and Pakistan since its establishment as separate To simplify a complicated issue and not go too far into the gap Rabbit of history, India was shared by the British Empire in August 1947, which made what is now known as the nations of India and Pakistan. The northern part of Pakistan is an area called Kashmir, a controversial area and since 1947 the core of the conflict between India and Pakistan. Both countries claim him as their own while continuing to insist on many of Kashmir's in an independent state of yours.

The Indus Waters Convention has conflicts about water that India and Pakistan have had in recent years, although in the past there were conflicts about the use and flow of India's Indus River to Pakistan. If the population of both countries grows and the climate continues to change, we will have to see how each country chooses to respond to a possible shortage of water.

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Line India-Pakistan ceases firing spreads from the rocky Karakoram port to a point about 130 kilometers northeast of Lahore. The United Nations organized this line after the split into the two countries after the Indo-Pakistani War 1947-48. Refugees in India and Pakistan were expelled and contributed to the crisis of identity faced by the two new countries. The north / south border between India and Pakistan is complex and highly controversial because certain regions in the Pakistani and Indian states are better aligned with those of other sides of the border.


In the case of India and Pakistan, the expulsion of the border was made by the British, despite their major delays in the region, probably little paid for no understanding of cultural and divisional policies that existed long for India and Pakistan became separate entities. Little attention to the Kashmir region, which became applied to its own independent nation in 1947, a kind of neutral Switzerland is also provided in the region. The lack of independence of Kashmir is a major cause of conflicts and conflicts to India, Pakistan and Kashmir today.

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Geography can slow down communication and trade, information and transfer of cultural knowledge, and parts of the country are often fought by other nations who think they have the right to claim that property. If it comes straight out, geography can not cause the divisive factor conflict, but the ideology of the humanities surrounding land, property and barriers of the geography that we really conflict between us.

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