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Panel Discussions - Thursday, December 14, 2006

Kashmir: New Voices, New Approaches

IPI launched one of our newest volumes entitled Kashmir: New Voices, New Approaches. Uniquely representing all sides in the conflict over Kashmir, this innovative new book provides a forum for discussion not only of existing proposals for ending the conflict, but also of possible new paths toward settlement. Contributors from India, Pakistan, and Kashmir explore the subnational and national dimensions of the ongoing hostilities, the role of the international community, and future prospects. The result is an informed overview of the present state of affairs--and a realistic examination of the potential for peaceful resolution.

Our distinguished panel included Dr. Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Dr. Philip Oldenburg, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University, and Dr. Nasim Zehra, Associate of the Asia Center, Harvard University.

Dr. Elizabeth Cousens, Vice President of International Peace Academy, served as Chair.

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