Friday, December 5, 2008

Mumbai attacks: South Asian community can help

By Rana FawadPosted: December 04, 2008

WASHINGTON: The Mumbai attacks have the potential of derailing the ongoing Indo-Pak confidence building measures and consequently destabilizing Pak-Afghan border, whereas the South Asian community in the US could help bridge the gap between the two archrivals.

These possibilities were enumerated by the Brookings Institution’s senior fellows including Bruce Riedel, Dr. Stephen Cohen, and Dr. Vanda Felbab-Brown during a discussion on ‘Mumbai Terrorist Attacks: A Challenge for India and the World’ on Wednesday. Daniel Benjamin, senior fellow and director at the Institution, was the moderator on this occasion. >>>CONTINUED

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