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What was the border dispute between India and Pakistan? Was it with water

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  1. No, it has nothing to do with water. It's a dispute over religion. Read lots:

    http://www.bing.com/search?q=border+dispute+between+india+and+pakistan&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=5abdc9ae838541688b8d15a3f2250d70&pq=border%20dispute%20between%20india%20and%20pakistan

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    posted by Reed
  2. Does this type of dispute relate to a Definitional Locational Operational or Allocational boundary dispute?

    I don't think it does but I want to make sure.

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  3. I don't know exactly how your text defines these kinds of disputes. Read it carefully before you decide which term applies.

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    posted by Reed
  4. Definitional-legal language of the boundary agreement
    Locational- center on the delimitation and possibly the demarcation of the boundary
    Operational- involve neighbors who differ over the way their border should function
    Allocational- involves natural resource

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  5. Well, what do you think? Pakistan wants Kashmir inside it's boundaries, and India wants the boundary left where it is now. Is that about legal language, natural resources, or how a border functions? Or is it about where the boundary should be (demarcated)?

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    posted by Reed
  6. It's not Definitional not Allocational

    I think it's Locatioanl

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  7. Wait Im actually thinking Operational because in my book it gives an example where it says "If one state wants to limit migration while the other does not, a dispute may arise"

    Which is sort of like "Pakistan wants Kashmir inside but India wants to leave it?"

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