What Will It Take To Get Troubled India-Pakistan Ties Back on Track?

What Will It Take To Get Troubled India-Pakistan Ties Back on Track?
Indian paramilitary soldiers and policemen during clashes with protesters, Srinagar, Indian-controlled Kashmir, Oct. 7, 2016 (AP photo by Dar Yasin).

Not long ago, India and Pakistan appeared to be on a war footing. On Sept. 18, terrorists besieged an Indian army base in India-administered Kashmir, killing 19 soldiers in one of the worst single attacks on the Indian military in decades. New Delhi accused Pakistani militants of orchestrating the assault—the same allegation they made after an attack on an Indian air force base in Punjab earlier this year. After months of shrill rhetoric and saber-rattling, the subcontinent was aflame with war fever. India’s notoriously bellicose media called on the country to take up arms against Pakistan. Politicians from Prime Minister […]

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