Kashmiri people attend a rally by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (not pictured) in a cricket stadium in Srinagar (REUTERS/Danish Ismail)

Opinion

Lessons from 1963 for India-Pakistan relations

December 14, 2015, Bruce Riedel

The good news that India and Pakistan will resume their “comprehensive bilateral dialogue” should be greeted with careful expectations about the road ahead, writes Bruce Riedel. The revival of the dialogue, which covers a multitude of issues, including counter-terrorism, economic and commercial cooperation, humanitarian issues, border arguments and the future of Kashmir, was made in Islamabad on December 9, after a two- year hiatus, Riedel explains. 

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