Saw this insightful piece by a Pakistani researcher in the Baltimore Sun.
The article makes a valid point:
Of course, huge challenges remain. This was made horrifying clear Sunday, when two bombs exploded on a train headed from India to Pakistan, sparking a fire that killed 66 people in an attack that officials said was aimed at undermining the peace process.
Despite such setbacks, it still seems possible that India-Pakistan cricket matches will lead to exchanges of other types – cultural, social and political – and in time, each side might come to see the other as a rival, certainly, but not necessarily an enemy.
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