Pakistan, India need to move towards cooperative equilibrium


Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan Dr TCA Raghavan said on Wednesday that New Delhi and Islamabad needed to move from non-cooperative equilibrium to cooperative equilibrium.

Pakistan and India, being direct neighbours, must have a durable peace, free from wrangling that was claiming a heavy toll of the creativity of both countries, he said while addressing staff, students and media at the Habib University on Wednesday evening on the subject of ‘History and diplomacy: contextualising India-Pakistan relations’.

Raghavan said that even if the two countries “cannot live together, let’s learn to live together separately”.

He said nobody could deny that the act of partition in 1947 had weighed heavily on the collective psyche of both countries, and had affected the following two or three generations.

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