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Richard Armitage

'All Of The Terrorist Camps Have Not Been Dismantled'

Jul 15, 2004

So was the US deputy secretary of state giving a different nuance on "violence and violations of human rights" in J&K? No, say the analysts. He was clear when he said: "...there are lots of different kinds of violence. There is some across the LoC v

'All The Infrastructure That Supports Cross-Border Activities Has Not Been Disma

Jul 14, 2004

The US deputy secretary of state says he met George Fernandes "not to express my regrets but my sincere apologies" and holds forth on Indo-US relations, NSSP, troops to Iraq and of course on J&K and Pakistan.


'All Violence Has Got To End'

If the US Deputy Secretary of State is sheepish about not delivering on the promise he indicated he had in his pocket during his last visit, he is a good actor.

'All Aspects Of The Relationship Have To Be Discussed'

May 08, 2003

'For Pakistan, Kashmir is the core issue ... India has core issues as well ... if the atmosphere is improved on both sides on a lot of other issues, then clearly Kashmir would be able to be discussed rationally and reasonably'


'I Don't Have A Roadmap'

So says the US Deputy Secretary of State on Indo-Pak relations, praises ISI and gives a clean chit to Pakistan role against al-Qaeda,

08 May, 2003

'Just An Interlocutor'

The US Deputy Secretary of State: 'President Musharraf gave an absolute assurance that there was nothing happening across the Line of Control, and there were no camps in Azad Kashmir -- and if there were camps, they would be gone tomorrow.'


03 September, 2002

'Nothing Has Changed'

The US Deputy Secretary of State in Islamabad, Pakistan on August 24, 2002 on his India-Pak visit and the vexed infiltration question.


03 September, 2002

'Only President Musharraf And His Colleagues Know For Sure'

The US Deputy Secretary Of State interviewed by Margaret Warner of the News Hour with Jim Lehrer on August 30, 2002 on his recent visit to India and Pakistan


12 June, 2002

'Musharraf Can Do A Lot'

Matt Lauer

But, adds the US Deputy Secretary, no one believes that Musharraf actually controls all the jehadis.


11 June, 2002

'There Can Clearly Be Dialogue'

PBS

The US Deputy Secretary on the hysterical international and press coverage of the recent Indo-Pak stand-off.


11 June, 2002

'President Musharraf Is A Man Of His Word'

BBC Hindi Radio

US Deputy Secretary of State on the infiltrations and Indian reactions.


07 June, 2002

'Musharraf Is Searching For Peace'

Of course, "keeping intact the honor and dignity of Pakistan and its armed forces" seems to be the key," while "India have dismissed out of hand" the question of UN observers.


04 June, 2002

'I Don't Think I'll Care To Give Odds'

Paula Zahn

The American Deputy Secretary Of State, in an interview on CNN's American Morning with Paula Zahn, Washington, DC, June 3, 2002


04 June, 2002

'India Knows What India Needs To Do'

CNN

The US Deputy Secretary of State talks a language more to India's liking -- CNN interview with Zain Verjee.


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