Mumbai analysis: South Asia in the balance

Friday, November 28, 2008

As India still reels from a series of terrorist attacks that led to standoffs in Mumbai, both authorities and the public are looking for where to point the blame. The former Pakistani ambassador to the U.N. joins The Takeaway to talk about internal turmoil in India, and why it's politically convenient to look for a Pakistani connection. M. J. Gohel, executive director of the Asia-Pacific Foundation, offers his analysis from London.


Ambassador Munir Akram and M.J. Gohel


Kent DePinto

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