The Question of Kashmir

Regional conflicts are erupting in Africa, Asia, and Europe at an extraordinary rate. With nuclear arms now widely available, many of these wars have a potential for ultimate catastrophe. Sumit Ganguly explains how the conflict in Kashmir is dangerously symbolic of this new and complex form of warfare.

George Seay interviews Sumit Ganguly, Professor of Political Science, Hunter College, City University of New York

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