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Underreported: Prospects for Indian-Pakistani Peace

Thursday, November 04, 2010

President Obama travels to India this weekend, and while his trip may come at time of heightened tensions between in the region, but India and Pakistan have been feuding for decades. Ending that conflict has become a centerpiece of the President’s foreign policy. On today’s second Underreported segment Mira Kamdar, senior fellow at the World Policy Institute and an associate fellow at the Asia Society looks at prospects for a comprehensive (and elusive) peace deal between India and Pakistan, and what it could mean for U.S. interests in the region, including in Afghanistan.

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frank

What is this woman laughing at? She is cackling at almost every question

Nov. 04 2010 01:46 PM

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