The Indus Waters Treaty provides the basis of Indus water sharing between India and Pakistan. The signing of the Treaty in 1960 led to the finalization of sharing the Indus water between India and Pakistan and brought the Indus water dispute (1948) to an end. The Treaty was acclaimed worldwide for offering a successful instance of dispute-resolution. The Treaty has been withstanding the Indo-Pak hostilities for the last 59 years. However, the Treaty has come under stress and strain in recent years. The paper seeks to analyze the factors behind it. The Indus Waters Treaty once celebrated as a dimension of cooperation between India and Pakistan, failed to escape the effects of deteriorating Indo-Pak hostilities.
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