Can India and Pakistan Keep the Peace? In a Washington Post op-ed a day after bombings in India left as many as 200 dead -- entitled "How Much Will India Endure?" -- Xenia Dormandy of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government argued that India and Pakistan need to back up their calls for peace with action.
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Can India and Pakistan Keep the Peace?

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Can India and Pakistan Keep the Peace?

Can India and Pakistan Keep the Peace?

Can India and Pakistan Keep the Peace?

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In a Washington Post op-ed a day after bombings in India left as many as 200 dead -- entitled "How Much Will India Endure?" -- Xenia Dormandy of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government argued that India and Pakistan need to back up their calls for peace with action.

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Xenia Dormandy, executive director of research at the Kennedy School's Belfer Center and former director for South Asia at the National Security Council.