2/22/19 Pieter Friedrich on the Violent History of India and Pakistan

2/22/19 Pieter Friedrich on the Violent History of India and Pakistan

Pieter Friedrich joins the show to talk about the recent bombing attack in Kashmir’s Pulwama district. He explains some of the history of India and Pakistan, which has been rife with conflict between Hindus and Muslims for centuries.

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Pieter Friedrich is an author and public speaker specializing in analysis of historical and current affairs in South Asia. He is the author of Gandhi: Racist or Revolutionary?. Follow him on Twitter @FriedrichPieter.

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