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The Peace Process

The India-Pakistan peace process may have made several encouraging moves in recent weeks, but in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, old suspicions and fears still linger. For too long, militarism has been the preferred political solution. The people in divided Kashmir, separated by decades-old animosity, are now looking to both governments to take proactive steps in the shape of soft borders, open up trade links between the two regions and to ensure a transparent government.

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