Sir Owen Dixon's Mediation of the Kashmir Dispute 1950
Deakin University, 2000 - 182 Seiten
Primarily a narrative history of the 1950 mediation by Sir Owen Dixon, a judge of the Australian High Court, of the dispute between India and Pakistan for the possession of the State of Jammu and Kashmir. Also examines the link between Dixon's appointment and the evolving foreign policy of the Menzies government, as well as the muted support provided to him by the UK and US.
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