Podcast — India and Pakistan will never get along, but the United States needs them both
by MATTHEW GAULT
India and Pakistan are often at each others’ throats, and one day, the United States may have to make a choice. Both want American support. Both have close relations with the United States.
And both have nuclear weapons.
This week on War College we talk to Daniel Markey, a senior research fellow at Johns Hopkins University about that delicate balancing act, where diplomatic failure by Washington could have deadly repercussions for millions.