India and Pakistan Talk Peace Diplomatic relations between India and Pakistan continue to thaw, and experts say the two countries have never been closer to ending their long-standing differences and making peace. Hear NPR's Michele Kelemen and Karl Inderfurth, former Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia in the Clinton administration.
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India and Pakistan on Brink of Lasting Peace

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India and Pakistan on Brink of Lasting Peace

India and Pakistan on Brink of Lasting Peace

India and Pakistan on Brink of Lasting Peace

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Diplomatic relations between India and Pakistan continue to thaw, and experts say the two countries have never been closer to ending their long-standing differences and making peace. Hear NPR's Michele Kelemen and Karl Inderfurth, former Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia in the Clinton administration.