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What does the new US policy on Afghanistan mean for India and Pakistan? 

'While the shift in policy has pleased the ideological camp in the Indian government, it has also set alarm bells ringing' Image: REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Dietrich Reetz

Senior Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Political Science, South Asia, Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient

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