Afghanistan, Pakistan and India: A Deadly Triangle
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Brookings President Strobe Talbott interviews noted historian and author William Dalrymple about his new report on a contest for power and influence in one of … .

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27 thoughts on “Afghanistan, Pakistan and India: A Deadly Triangle

  1. He lost his credibility when he said Muslims are not in power- we had muslim presidents, vice presidents, we have muslim governors, IAS, IPS, IFS officers, muslim billionaires and millionaires, they enjoy all freedoms and even more in terms of reservations and funding yet hindus are oppressors, these kind of false narratives wont fly anymore

  2. How is this author now a days? He must be very upset. His all predictions/analysis about India and Pakistan including security crisis in Pakistan are in gutter. These kinds of authors are puppets of intelligence agencies.

  3. SRK and Kalam, rest is enough.
    I 100% agree that most Muslims don’t get as many opportunities as Hindu’s do or get to enjoy the similar assimilated environment as Hindu’s do but, the situation is still not as bad or worst like Hindu’s in Pakistan.

    Muslims in India are like Muslims in USA, they have opportunities but most aren’t accepted beyond the cities and there communities.

  4. And what about americans they act like they don't change religions for money gains, high level shatranj mein parsi aur Irani aur Pakistanis especially sey bohat hi zyada mar Khao gey every hole America puts it's finger in gets stung yet it keeps putting that in LoL

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