The Agra Summit

  title={The Agra Summit},
  author={Jaya Krishna Baral},
  journal={International Studies},
  pages={289 - 302}
  • J. Baral
  • Published 1 August 2002
  • Political Science
  • International Studies
The two-day Indo-Pak summit at Agra, held on 15-16 July 2001, assumed importance for many reasons. Coming in the wake of the Kargil war, it seemed a welcome development. But given the complexity of the issues involved as well as the intensity of hostility between the two countries, few expected it to solve the problems that have plagued the relationship between them for along. But the very fact that the two could agree to hold a summit generated some optimism. The media played a role in raising… 
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