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Pakistan, the BJP, and the politics of identity
Howard Brasted & Adeel Khan
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University of New England

Available online: 08 May 2007

To cite this article: Howard Brasted & Adeel Khan (2002): Pakistan, the BJP, and the politics of identity, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 25:3, 365-380 To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00856400208723507

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Pakistan, the BJP, and the Politics of Identity
Howard Brasted and Adeel Khan University of New England
When we look back at over half a century of the political histories of India and Pakistan, there is one development that outshines all others. The debate over the basis of identity, which began in...