Feroz Khan is a former fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center.

The euphoria that greeted the independence of Pakistan and India in 1947 quickly degenerated into a half-century of violence, recrimination, and hostility. The tensions exist even more so today, with armed escalations along the borders of Kashmir, Pakistan and India occurring daily. In this conversation, Feroz Khan, scholar and Brigadier General in the Pakistan Army, discusses a new approach to peace for India, Pakistan and the United States.