20 years since Kargil

In 1999, India and Pakistan engaged in three slow but intense months of conventional clashes in the Kargil district of Indian-administered Kashmir. One of the first direct engagements between nuclear-armed rivals in world history and the first military confrontation between India and Pakistan after the 1998 nuclear tests, the Kargil conflict continues to weigh on the minds of scholars and analysts 20 years later. In this SAV series, contributors consider the enduring legacies and debates surrounding the Kargil conflict and their implications for India-Pakistan strategic dynamics today.

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کارگل کے بیس برس بعد؛ پاکستان کی ابدی میراث Hindi & Urdu

کارگل کے بیس برس بعد؛ پاکستان کی ابدی میراث

In 1999, India and Pakistan engaged in three slow but…

کارگل جنگ کے دوران بھارتی سفارت کاری: کامیابی کی محدود میراث Hindi & Urdu
Two Decades After Kargil: Lasting Legacies for Pakistan Defense & Security

Two Decades After Kargil: Lasting Legacies for Pakistan

In 1999, India and Pakistan engaged in three slow but…

Indian Diplomacy during the Kargil War: Success with a Limited Legacy Defense & Security

Indian Diplomacy during the Kargil War: Success with a Limited Legacy

In 1999, India and Pakistan engaged in three slow but…

Understanding Kargil’s Nuclear Factor: Lessons for Future Crises Nuclear Issues

Understanding Kargil’s Nuclear Factor: Lessons for Future Crises

In 1999, India and Pakistan engaged in three slow but…

SAV Q&A: Harinder Baweja on the Unlearned Lessons of Kargil Defense & Security

SAV Q&A: Harinder Baweja on the Unlearned Lessons of Kargil

In 1999, India and Pakistan engaged in three slow but…