UpFront/Close Range | Feb 14, 2011 | 9937 views
India and Pakistan narrowly missed resolving their conflict in 2006, but the foundation for enduring peace has been laid, former Pakistani foreign minister, Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri tells Forbes India
Mohit Bhalotia Feb 14, 2011
Pakistan should take the lesson from the history of world war-II, after the nuclear attack on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan didn't waste it's resources on taking revenge, instead it focussed on it's economy, or on Human capital, and see where it is today.

Pakistan has been jeopardize itself in taking revenge against India. Pakistan don't understand that, India can fight for the next 100 years without any major problem but Pakistan is going to fully devastate in this political madness.
Vkdhar Feb 14, 2011
This is total nonsense and meant as a PR piece and this deal exists only in the mind of Pakistani's - There is no substance and proof of this. Meanwhile Pakistan continues to be a harbinger of terrorists and training ground of new terrorists. They have repeatedly created situations like Kargil and sponsors of Terrorists in J&K to take the mind of it's citizenry from failed internal policies.

It's a failed state with Nuclear weapons and that's the only reason India engages with it - not withstanding nuclear weapons, it could be left to self destruct and fall apart like other countries. So, India needs to be patient and wait for this country to fail and then deal with a smaller and weaker neighbor. Patience is the watchword.
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