Failure of US, India to Establish Deterrence Encouraged Pakistan to Continue ‘Backing Extremists’: Report


Failure of both the US and India to impose accountability or establish deterrence on Pakistan has encouraged the country to “continue a policy of backing extremists” in both India and Afghanistan, a leading American daily has said.

The Washington Post in an editorial in the aftermath of Pulwama attack by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) said India is confronted with a dilemma that both it and the US have repeatedly faced: what to do about the sponsorship of Islamist terrorist groups by Pakistan, a nuclear-armed state?

“Diplomacy, sanctions and targeted military strikes haven’t worked; full-scale war is unthinkable.  Read more

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