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Could the Kashmir standoff trigger nuclear war?

It could be the storyline of a Bollywood film: Militants trained in Pakistan cross over to India’s side of Kashmir, inflict many casualties and bring the two nuclear-armed nations to the brink of war. Except that this is no fantasy. It is real and depressingly familiar. It’s also a sign that India and Pakistan should be considering ways to promote a return to the relative peace that descended on Kashmir for much of the 2000s.
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