Resumption of Indo-Pak dialogue
It is refreshing to see that both India and Pakistan have shown their willingness to resume the dialogue process, which had hit a deadlock in the past. This is not the first time when both nations will be having talks with each other on disputed matters, but such dialogue sessions were halted on numerous occasions owing to the vulnerable situation at the line of control, including many other political and diplomatic reasons. Again, this time when both Islamabad and New Delhi are keen to recommence dialogue at the higher level, they both need to make sure that the resumption of these talks would not be subject to any eventful occurrence that could happen at any stage along the Indo-Pak border, or somewhere else. Unfortunately, such dialogue has been abandoned mostly by India on a number of occasions, but this time the Indian leadership must show some muchneeded determination in keeping the negotiations going without unnecessary delays.