Terrorist Attacks in Mumbai, India, and Implications for U. S. Interests
DIANE Publishing, 2010 - 19 pages
On Nov. 26, 2008, well-trained militants came ashore from the Arabian Sea on small boats and attacked numerous high-profile targets in Mumbai, India. By the time the episode ended, about 165 people, along with 9 terrorists, had been killed and hundreds more injured. Contents of this report: Attack Overview; U.S. Response; Suspected Culprits; Lashkar-e-Taiba; Suspected Links with Pakistan¿s State Apparatus; Indigenous Indian Suspects; Motives; Indian Terrorism; Kashmir Issue; India-Pakistan Relations; New Delhi¿s Response; Islamabad¿s Response; Outlook for Bilateral Relations; Implications for India, and Pakistan; Anti-Terrorism Law and Capacity Reform; U.S. Policy; U.S.-India, and U.S.-Pakistan Relations.
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