Flashpoint Kashmir

February 2002
New York Times Upfront (Teacher's Edition);2/25/2002, Vol. 134 Issue 10, p4
Focuses on the roots of conflict between Indian and Pakistan over Kashmir. Influence of the possession of nuclear weapons on the increase war between countries; Background of the conflict; Role of the negotiation between the United States and Kashmir on the solution to the conflict.


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