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Kashmir: Making the 'Impossible' Happen

The current dialogue process between India and Pakistan is set in a period of considerably less animosity than earlier. However, for the 'impossible' to happen, for the two sides to break away from the suspicion that has long mired their relationship, two things are simultaneously needed : a greater measure of autonomy to the people of Kashmir on both sides and a commensurate relaxation in security. For any settlement to sustain itself over time, it needs to give both sides some degree of comfort.

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