Pak-India dialogue: the stalemate


Perhaps India overlooks the fact that the major stumbling block in the path of fostering friendly relations between both the countries is not terrorism but Kashmir
A stalemate is reached when neither of the opposing parties to an issue relent on their demands. The same is the case with the dialogue for peace between Pakistan and India. It is a dialogue for peace because both countries entered into an agreement at Simla, India (July 2, 1972) to resolve their mutual disputes bilaterally and peacefully.