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The US can only deliver qualified results on Pakistan for India

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As India mourns its victims on the first anniversary of 26/11, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will be winging his way to Washington for his first summit meeting, on November 24, with US President Barack Obama. The dark, haunting images of Mumbai will surely set a context—images that have somehow survived those interminable series of blasts recently in Pakistan, the battlefield of global jehad. The seeming convergence of interests already has people asking: can Delhi bank on Washington to control Pakistan? The question assumes import because of the space America seems to have given China in South Asia.


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