- Mumbai: the Kashmir connection - Global Pulse
- A tragedy less telegenic - Outlook India
- Pakistan on tightrope with militant aid - Christian Science Monitor
- In outcry over siege, two Indias emerge - Washington Post
- India: an elephant, not a tiger - Economist
- Muslims in India put aside grievances to repudiate terrorism - New York Times
- Why the United States got it wrong - The Hindu
- India's other dangerous neighbor - Foreign Policy
- Risk factors - New Yorker
- The media's disingenuous failure to state the obvious - Slate
- Mumbai was not our 9/11 - Common Dreams
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