Drawing upon international relations theory, this volume conceptualizes possible solutions to the various conflicts in South Asia. It analyses the bilateral conflicts between India and Pakistan and other multilateral problems specific to this region. Bringing together scholarship from severalSouth Asian countries, it offers a well-rounded formulation of conflict resolution and cooperation-building. The volume employs a strong theoretical rubric, empirical research, and exhaustive fieldwork. Its centralizing approach to sustain the diversity of perspectives and arguments makes it anindispensable contribution to strategic studies.