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Guest Host: Steve Roberts
The latest developments on the growing tensions between India and Pakistan, as US Defense Secretary Rumsfeld prepares to visit the region in an attempt to prevent an outbreak of war.
- Teresita Schaffer Director for South Asia, Center for Strategic and International Studies; Henry A. Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations at the Kluge Center, Library of Congress; served in both India and Pakistan during a 30-year career as a U.S. diplomat; former ambassador to Sri Lanka; author of the forthcoming "Reinventing Partnership" on US-India relations. Pakistan.
- Amit Pandya Former official at the U.S. Defense and State Departments, and currently an international management consultant
- Mustapha Kamal Pasha Professor of international relations at American University
- Sardar Qayyum Former president of Pakistan-controlled Kashmir
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