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WWL: Indian Ambassador to the U.N.
Where We Live - with John Dankosky
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The Indian Ambassador to the United Nations joins the conversation


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There's news this week that in the aftermath of the Mumbai terrorist attacks, the CIA orchestrated back-channel intelligence exchanges between India and Pakistan, allowing the two countries to quietly share highly sensitive evidence - with the U.S. helping things along.  

This seems like a positive step toward peace - between two long-time rivals.  Nirupam Sen, Indian Ambassador to the United Nations says that the US can't be a formal peace broker between the countries, but he does hold out hope that the U.N. can help establish a better global order.

Ambassador Sen was in Hartford at Trinity College recently, to speak about "Reform of the United Nations.”  He spoke to Where We Live last week.

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