While international attention remains focused on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, when it comes to global security, resolving the crisis between India and Pakistan may be the peace process that matters most. In the wake of bin Laden’s death, there have been numerous proposals for what Pakistan must do next. Four that I support include: arrest all jihadist groups; place military and intelligence services under civilian rule; drastically reduce the nuclear arsenal; and invest more in health and secular education.
But underlying these difficult tasks is the most monumental challenge of all: Pakistan must learn to love itself more than it hates India.
Read more here: Stanley Weiss: The Peace Process That Matters Most.