South Asia’s Dangers and U.S. Foreign Policy

Before he left on his trip to South Asia in March 2000, President Clinton referred to that region as “the most dangerous place” on earth. His comment was inspired by the perception shared by many in Washington that rising tensions over Kashmir between India and Pakistan, the world’s latest nuclear powers, had created a volatile mix of fear and uncertainty that could have cataclysmic consequences.

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