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Senior analysts said in the discussion held at Us institute of peace (USIP) ,The US president- elect Donald trump would have to develop clearer Us policies to ease strains between nuclear armed Pakistan and India.


The discussion followed in escalation that is increasing now a days at the line of control between the two countries.

The Two of the analyst in the discussion said that the relations between India and Pakistan were less predictable as nationalist sentiment in India raise political pressure to build up its response to clashes in the disputed territory of Kashmir.

Shamila chaudhary former Pakistan director at US National security counsil said “The fear of direct Military conflict is real ” reffering to the recent attacks in India occupied kashmir which india usually blamed on Pakistan.

She also said that Trump and his vice president-elect Mike pense wants to solve the India Pakistan conflict .

She however said this not going to work and she added more goals for the upcoming administration could be to better coordinate Us policy making on India and Pakistan.

Private diplomacy to be build communications between the countries and limiting statements which “Dont’t work well in the the region”.

Deputy director at south asia program Sameer Lalwani at Stimson center speaking on the ties between the US and Pakistan said Us has slashed aid to Pakistan but still washington need a workingship with Pakistan authorities.
USA needs Pakistan co-operation on homeland security,Intelligence,counter – terrorism,stabilizing Afghanistan , the fight against Islamic state (ISIS) he said,New administration needs to strongly consider what problems the NExt india Pakistan crisis could present to Us policymakers.
Co -director of the Nuclear Policy Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International peace Toby Dalton said ,it was difficult task that the united nations maintain intelligense ties with each country ,apart from any toher issues in its realtions with them.

American Enterprise Institute fellow Sadananad Dhume said that US efforts to strong relation with India while ignoring India concerns about Pakistan is “a circle that can no longer be squared.”
The trump administation will not take priority in preparing Us foreign policy about the conflict between India-Pakistan the analyst agreed.

Despite the united states “only to jump in the situation between India-Pakistan where there is a nuclear threat in between these two countries means a little long term planning to averting escalation”

The India-Pakistan experts suggested that the next administration would bring new high focus to Us policy.

The acknowledging the difficulties of bringing India and Pakistan to any agreement , Is it really impossible? At the end of the day normal routine solves everyeone problems said by Moed yousuf USIP’s associate vice president for Asia programs

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