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Brokering peace between Pakistan and India

Brokering peace between Pakistan and India

Karachi, Sep 15 (UNI) In moments of crisis, Pakistan and India have become more dependent rather than less dependent, on the outside world, Dr Moeed Yusuf -- associate vice president of the Asia Centre, United States Ins­t­itute of Peace -- has said.
Dr Yusuf gave a talk on the two nuclear powers in the auditorium of the Institute of Business Administration (IBA) here on Friday.
Pakistan and India, and the looming threat of nuclear war between the two, is a cautionary tale of how strategic neighbours with so much in common have become rivals always on the brink of a new crisis.

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