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India-Pakistan/Armitage Influence

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India-Pakistan/Armitage Influence

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India-Pakistan/Armitage Influence

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NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports on previous diplomatic efforts by Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage and by emissaries from Britain, Russia, and other countries, that opened the way for Secretary Rumsfeld's mission to South Asia. Even China, Iran and Japan applied their influence to help avert war between India and Pakistan.

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