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Letter "B" » Brahma Chellaney Quotes
«Unless the United States rolls back its demands, it is almost certain that no formal nuclear agreement will be ready for signature when President George W Bush arrives in New Delhi on March 1.»
«There's still a deep undercurrent of mistrust.»
«This gives the Pakistani economy fresh air to breathe; it has room to recover.»
«The easy parts have been done.»
«China's real advantage over India is leadership and vision.»
«And now you have Pakistani regulars and irregulars and war veterans Afghans, who have taken over the entire movement in Kashmir. They are waging a different kind of campaign that focuses on targeting high value objects.»
«While it is clear India wants to be America's friend and strategic partner, it is less obvious whether the U.S. wants to be India's friend or merely capitalize on this country's growing geopolitical importance and abundant market opportunities.»
«The least an over-romantic India can do ... is heed to the (former U.S. President Ronald) Reagan dictum: trust but verify.»
«Despite two years of peace negotiations, Pakistan is refusing to have normal trade with India. Unless that attitude changes, you can't build interdependence, which is an essential building block to any kind of political resolution of problems.»
«The Bush administration is keen to revive the U.S. civilian nuclear industry. It seems to me the only way the nuclear power industry in the U.S. can be revived is to get India to place some multibillion-dollar nuclear reactor contracts.»