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Quickstep or “Kadam Taal”?: The Elusive Search for Peace in Jammu and Kashmir
Praveen Swami (au)
At first glance, India and Pakistan seem closer to peace than at any point in the past several decades. The cease-fire that went into place along the Line of Control in Dec. 2003 has held; terrorist violence in Jammu and Kashmir has been in steady decline since 2002; and both countries have succeeded in sustaining a wide-ranging and high-level dialogue process. Yet the current (in 2005) détente process between India and Pakistan suffers from the same structural infirmities that led past peace initiatives to collapse. Peacemakers might do well to focus on the problems of the state’s peoples -- thus building a base from which creative democratic solutions might eventually emerge. Map and graphs.
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