Did a grandmother spark the current India-Pakistan flare-up? Clashes along the Line of Control are said to be the tail end of a series of events that began when a 70-year-old crossed into Pakistan-controlled Kashmir to be with her grandchildren. Is this a reflection of how fragile peace is between the two countries? And is lasting peace even possible without resolving the Kashmir dispute?
In this episode of The Stream, we speak to:
South Asia Adviser, United States Institute of Peace usip.org
Trividesh Singh Maini
Editor, "Warriors After War"
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