jwfid wrote:> You have stated that the 1971 Indo-Pakistani war was a crisis war
> in a previous post. Do you think that it is possible that
> Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh are not in a crisis era because
> this war occurred less than 40 years ago? I know you have also
> said the partition of India and Pakistan was also a crisis
> situation as well.
John wrote:The 1971 Indo-Pakistani war was a crisis war in Eastern India and
Eastern Pakistan (West and East Bengal regions / Bangladesh). In
Western India and Pakistan (Punjab region), it was a non-crisis war.
Matt1989 wrote:> A quick look over the 1971 events leaves no room for doubt: it was
> a crisis war. I must have assumed far too much. If 1857 was also a
> crisis era for Bangladesh (and I see no reason to believe it was
> not), then this would be one of the longest mid-cycle periods on
Matt1989 wrote:> Please change the information on the Country Studies page, John.
John wrote:I can't find now where I saw this, but a few months ago I read about
a huge war enveloping the Bengal region and surrounding countries in
the 1900s decade.
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