Sesenta años de disputas: análisis del conflicto entre India y Pakistán por Cachemira
Suárez Bautista, Lizeth Nathalia
The present dissertation has the aim to analyze why the conflict between India and Pakistan on Kashmir has not been solved in light of the debate within offensive realism and social constructivism in 1994. The hypothesis of the present paper establish that the anarchic structure, combined with offensive capabilities, mutual distrust, rationality, and the desire for survival among States, has helped to shape a security dilemma that is powered by the diverging interests and identities. The scope of the objective is analytical and the primary focus is based on the theory of offensive realism of John Mearsheimer and social constructivism of Alexander Wendt.