“During the spring of 1990, at the peak of a major wave of insurgency in Kashmir, the subcontinent may have come perilously close to the brink of nuclear war . . . The last word on the 1990 crisis has not been written, and it will continue to provide debate among the academics and policymakers alike in the months to come. The incident illustrates, however, the potential dangers posed by the climate of nuclear suspicion and obfuscation that now exists on the Subcontinent.”