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You must have heard today about the UK selling 57 hawk training fighter jets for over £700 million, india alos gave 1.7 billion to BAE systems. Do you think there is going to be a war? Why did Cameron say Pakistan is exporting terror in India to? Could a War breakout between Pakistan and India?
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Forget this, i just relised someone has stolen my special cookies.
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It has previously so I don't see why it shouldn't again particularly if they can't come to some resolution on Kashmir and Balochistan.

Presumably Cameron's reference to exporting terrorism related to the Mumbai attrocities?
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You must have heard today about the UK selling 57 hawk training fighter jets for over £700 million, india alos gave 1.7 billion to BAE systems. Do you think there is going to be a war? Why did Cameron say Pakistan is exporting terror in India to? Could a War breakout between Pakistan and India?
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War will properly happan between Pakistan and India again, as for the sales you talk about those are pretty routine sales between countries really. If we were selling them large orders of bombers, tanks and guns then yes maybe but I doubt there will be a war anytime soon though maybe in the next 5 years at the earlyest.
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It has previously so I don't see why it shouldn't again particularly if they can't come to some resolution on Kashmir and Balochistan.

Presumably Cameron's reference to exporting terrorism related to the Mumbai attrocities?
Yes, but is Cameron igniting it between Pakistan and India
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Yes, but is Cameron igniting it between Pakistan and India
I don't think they need any ignition - India and Pakistan are unwilling to take on board each others concerns and have spent years in 'dialogue' (or more accurately posturing) without anything much to show for it. This failure to achieve a workable solution is what is fanning the flames, as even the moderates on both sides start to think that dialogue is pointless.
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