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INDIA AND PAKISTAN SINCE INDEPENDENCE. PARTITION. JINNAH AND PAKISTAN. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElEYZ_BJl0M&feature=fvw. BORDER CEREMONY. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjcF6lmBqGs. The problem of Kashmir. Kashmir is India’s only Muslim majority territory

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India and pakistan since independence

INDIA AND PAKISTAN SINCE INDEPENDENCE


Partition

PARTITION


Jinnah and pakistan

JINNAH AND PAKISTAN

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElEYZ_BJl0M&feature=fvw


Border ceremony

BORDER CEREMONY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjcF6lmBqGs


The problem of kashmir

The problem of Kashmir

  • Kashmir is India’s only Muslim majority territory

  • India accuses Pakistan of waging a proxy war by arming militants

  • Jammu’s population is 2/3 Hindu

  • Kashmiris never voted; extremists/separatists were born

  • Why did the U.S. adopt Pakistan as its ally?


Kashmir conflict

KASHMIR CONFLICT

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rmUiLwy7kI&safety_mode=true&persist_safety_mode=1&safe=active


Indian politics

Nehru (1947)>>

Indian Politics

<<Indira Gandhi (1966-77, 80-84)

Rajiv Gandhi>> (1984-89)

>> Singh (2004-now)


Nehru

NEHRU

  • LEFT BRITISH-TRAINED CIVIL SERVICE INTACT

  • INDIA A “ONE-PARTY DEMOCRACY” – Nehru was very popular and respected

  • Prime minister 1948-1966, when he died

  • NEUTRAL IN COLD WAR

  • FIVE YEAR PLANS

  • SOCIALIST ECONOMY – low growth rate. Highly controlled. Private businesses had “license raj.”


Indira gandhi

INDIRA GANDHI

  • NEHRU’S DAUGHTER

  • NOT RELATED TO MAHATMA GANDHI

  • POPULAR BUT ECONOMY DID POORLY IN 1970s

  • P.M. 1966-1977, 1980-84. ASSASSINATED BY A SIKH BODYGUARD.


A fake emergency india remains a democracy

A FAKE “EMERGENCY” – INDIA REMAINS A DEMOCRACY

  • INDIRA GANDHI TRIES TO GAIN DICTATORIAL POWERS WHEN SHE’S ACCUSED OF CORRUPTION IN 1975

  • JANATA DAL PARTY DEFEATS CONGRESS IN ELECTIONS IN 1977, RESTORES FULL DEMOCRACY AND CIVIL RIGHTS – First time Congress party is defeated.

  • DESPITE ITS PROBLEMS, INDIA REMAINS COMMITTED TO POLITICAL DEMOCRACY


Rajiv gandhi

RAJIV GANDHI

  • INDIRA’S SON

  • POPULAR

  • INTERVENES IN SRI LANKA CIVIL WAR

  • P.M. FROM 1984 UNTIL ASSASSINATED BY TAMIL SEPARATISTS IN 1991


More gandhis

MORE GANDHIS

  • Indira’s other son, Sanjay, died in a plane crash in 1980.

  • Rajiv’s widow, Sonia, is Italian-born. She is president of the Congress party.

  • Controversy about whether she should run for higher office.


Economic reforms 1991 the big change

ECONOMIC REFORMS – 1991 – THE BIG CHANGE

  • MANMOHAN SINGH becomes finance minister in 1991

  • Engineers major reforms to loosen up government control of the economy

  • Economic takeoff in past 20 years.

  • Singh is currently Prime Minister

  • Member of Congress Party


India s economic growth

INDIA’S ECONOMIC GROWTH


Hindu muslim tensions

HINDU-MUSLIM TENSIONS

  • Ayodhya riots

  • Mumbai riots

  • 1992-93. Thousands dead.


Hindu nationalism

HINDU NATIONALISM

  • BJP Party wins national elections in 1998.

  • Favors confrontation with Pakistan

  • Develops nuclear weapons program, acccomplishes little else.


India s assets

INDIA’S ASSETS

  • GOOD TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE BUILT BY BRITISH (RAILROAD NETWORK)

  • PUSH FOR EDUCATION – MANY WELL-TRAINED PEOPLE

  • HUGE MIDDLE CLASS

  • HIGH TECH INDUSTRIES – CENTERED IN BANGALORE

  • WORLD’S BIGGEST DEMOCRACY

  • POLITICAL STABILITY

  • COMMON USE OF ENGLISH BY EDUCATED PEOPLE

  • ABLE TO FEED ITSELF THANKS TO “GREEN REVOLUTION”


Bollywood world s largest movie industry

BOLLYWOODWORLD’S LARGEST MOVIE INDUSTRY


India s problems

INDIA’S PROBLEMS

  • MASSIVE POVERTY

  • CONFLICT BETWEEN CASTES & RELIGIONS

  • THREE WARS WITH PAKISTAN OVER KASHMIR – TERRORISTS FROM KASHMIR; 1962 border war with China

  • NUCLEAR STANDOFF WITH PAKISTAN


Indian paradox poverty and power

INDIAN PARADOX – POVERTY AND POWER


Pakistan and bangladesh countries which were muslim parts of british india before partition

PAKISTAN AND BANGLADESH – Countries which were Muslim parts of British India before partition


Pakistan

PAKISTAN

  • ORIGINALLY TWO TERRITORIES, A THOUSAND MILES APART, SPEAKING TWO UNRELATED LANGUAGES

  • WEST PAKISTAN DOMINATED

  • WEST PAKISTAN HAD FERTILE LAND ONLY IN THE INDUS RIVER SYSTEM


Political history

POLITICAL HISTORY

  • PAKISTAN ALTERNATED BETWEEN ELECTED DEMOCRACY AND MILITARY DICTATORSHIP

  • Shown at left: Zulfikar and Benazir Bhutto


Pakistan politics

Jinnah (1947)>>

Pakistan Politics

<<Zulfikar Bhutto (1973-77)

Benazir Bhutto>> (1988-90, 93-96)

Sharif (1990-93, 97-99)

Zardari (now)

<< Musharraf (1999-2008)


Benazir bhutto

BENAZIR BHUTTO

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jj8zqwfB3DM


Creation of bangladesh

CREATION OF BANGLADESH

  • In 1970s, Pakistani dictator Ayub Khan cracked down on politicians inEast Pakistan.

  • In 1971 election, East Pakistani leader Sheik Mujibur Rahman (right) won national elections.

  • The military government refused to accept the results.

  • East Pakistan seceded and became independent with help from India.


Bangladesh

BANGLADESH

  • Soon after independence, Bangladesh was hit with massive floods and famine


Bangladesh1

BANGLADESH

  • LAND OF RIVER DELTAS – VERY PRODUCTIVE LAND

  • PERIODIC FLOODING BECAUSE OF MONSOONS

  • EXTREME POVERTY

  • FEARS TODAY OF ISLAMIC EXTREMISM

  • POLITICAL SYSTEM IS DEMOCRATIC BUT NOT VERY STABLE.


Bangladesh flooding a perennial problem

BANGLADESH FLOODING: A PERENNIAL PROBLEM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3ax_v1Bnjc


Pakistan today

PAKISTAN TODAY

  • MILITARY DICTATORSHIP SINCE 2000

  • HISTORICALLY, AN ALLY OF THE U.S.

  • AMBIGUOUS ROLE IN TERRORISM


Pakistan s ethnic groups

Pakistan’s Ethnic groups

  • Punjabi: majority ethnic group that dominates politics and army

  • Pashtun: mountain region on the border of Afghanistan; government has little control over them; fierce protectors of their land & guests

  • Sindi: mostly rural, it is dominated by feudal families, like the Bhuttos

  • Baluch: sparsely settled; heroin smuggling is high; very poor


Pakistan s connection with islamic terrorism

PAKISTAN’S CONNECTION WITH ISLAMIC TERRORISM

  • In 1980, military dictator of Pakistan solidified his power by passing Islamization program, instituting sharia or Islamic law.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Relib-D3Uq8&feature=related


India and pakistan since independence

PAKISTANI INTELLIGENCE SECRETLY AIDED THE TALIBAN IN AFGHANISTAN, AND IN TERROR ATTACKS ON INDIA FROM KASHMIR


Madrasas

MADRASAS


Northwest frontier

NORTHWEST FRONTIER

LITTLE GOVERNMENT CONTROL OVER ARMED SEMI-NOMADIC TRIBES

OSAMA PROBABLY HIDING IN MOUNTAINS THERE


The islamic bomb

THE “ISLAMIC BOMB”

  • PAKISTAN EXPLODED ITS FIRST NUCLEAR DEVICE IN DESERT IN 1998.

  • DR. A.Q. KHAN RESPONSIBLE FOR ITS SECRET DEVELOPMENT, AND SHARED TECHNOLOGY WITH “ROGUE STATES” LIKE LIBYA, NORTH KOREA, MAYBE OTHERS


Nuclear crisis

NUCLEAR CRISIS


Near nuclear confrontation over kashmir in 1998

NEAR-NUCLEAR CONFRONTATION OVER KASHMIR IN 1998

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwGNg0Uwry8&feature=related&safety_mode=true&persist_safety_mode=1&safe=active


The end of musharaf

THE END OF MUSHARAF?

  • Musharaf dismissed the Supreme Court after he stepped down as head of the army

  • Lawyers protested


Assassination of benazir bhutto

ASSASSINATION OF BENAZIR BHUTTO

  • Prior to parliamentary elections, opposition leaders were allowed back into the country

  • Benazir Bhutto returned, was assassinated


New prime minister sworn in transition back to democracy

NEW PRIME MINISTER SWORN IN – TRANSITION BACK TO DEMOCRACY?

  • Has freed imprisoned judges

  • Army remains strongest institution in country

  • Rebellion in Baluchistan province

  • Problems of poverty and lack of development


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