India and Pakistan's Fate Bound Up in Kashmir

The horrific terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, have once again focussed attention on the never-ending tension between Pakistan and India over the latter's occupation of predominantly Muslim-populated Kashmir, the scene of ongoing violence since 1989.

Harry Sterling
Published: Wednesday, 12/10/2008 12:00 am EST

The horrific terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, have once again focussed attention on the never-ending tension between Pakistan and India over the latter's occupation of predominantly Muslim-populated Kashmir, the scene of ongoing violence since 1989.

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