Archived Blog Post: December 1, 2003

It Doesn't Start in Kashmir, and It Never Ends Well: "Yet the danger is that Indian and Pakistani leaders still believe it possible to have a small conventional conflict. Soviet and American leaders didn't think that way during the Cold War. As a result, Soviet and American forces never traded shots across the Iron Curtain the way India and Pakistan have exchanged fire across the Line of Control in Kashmir."

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