The November 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai are analysed through six changing equations in
India–Pakistan relations. The balance between military response and inaction is shifting towards the
former. India has a vested but no longer critical interest in a strong and stable Pakistan. Pakistan’s
deniability has been based on separation between the government, army, ISI and terrorists whose
plausibility is fading. To reverse the worsening security situation, Pakistan’s military must be...[Show more]
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