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Questions about the Kashmir Ceasefire

The collapse of the ceasefire in Kashmir, unilaterally proclaimed by the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen on July 24, was inevitable. India demanded surrender instead of seizing a fine opportunity for initiating a process of peace and conciliation in which India would have retained an upper hand. India's interests would have remained secure and it could have pulled off a settlement that would have established peace on the subcontinent.

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