Mumbai: How to calm tensions between India and Pakistan

In the first part of this interview, Tariq Amin Khan and Sharmini Peries discuss the media coverage of the recent violence in Mumbai. Major media outlets have been pointing the finger at Pakistan as the origin of the terrorists involved and at the Pakistani authorities for their failure to prevent the disaster. Amin-Khan speaks of what he thinks the Indian and Pakistani governments can do now to calm the tension in the region and their dispute over Kashmir, which he believes is at the center of the incident.


~ by no2wars on 05/12/2008.

7 Responses to “Mumbai: How to calm tensions between India and Pakistan”

  1. no2war, who art thou?

  2. I am ……
    Yes who am I…. good question——
    Im passionate about human rights issues and digging beneath the news headlines. I don’t believe the hype about “The war in Terror” – never did and never will. I question always who has to gain from what and therefore naturally sceptical until Im convinced otherwise….
    Hope that answered your question 🙂

  3. ..except that it didn’t mention your name,

  4. are your initials AD bu any chance?

  5. No.

  6. Zahra 🙂

  7. Shaaaks!

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