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Steps Towards Peace: Putting Kashmiris First

Asia Briefing N°106, 3 June 2010

Even if India and Pakistan appear willing to allow more interaction across the Line of Control (LOC) that separates the parts of Kashmir they administer, any Kashmir-based dialogue will fail if they do not put its inhabitants first.

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