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Cover Story - November 11, 2011

The most dangerous border

Perry cites risks of nuclear weapons in India and Pakistan

In terms of threat from nuclear arms outside of the U.S. and Russia, the long border shared by India and Pakistan might well be the most dangerous boundary on the planet. Theirs is a history troubled by sectarian violence, war and disputed territory. Both countries developed nuclear weapons in secret and both refuse to sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty.

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