Was the Indus Waters Treaty in Trouble?

Was the Indus Waters Treaty in Trouble?

By Ramaswamy R Iyer
Economic & Political Weekly, 22 June 2002

The Indus Treaty between India and Pakistan has acquired a reputation internationally as a successful instance of conflict resolution. It has been working reasonably well despite a difficult political relationship between the two countries and was not abrogated even during periods of war. It appears to have survived the recent crisis as well.


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