Musharraf is not acceptable as India’s social guest
Indian taxpayers are paying for the security of a man who is personally responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Indian soldiers, and through his sponsorship of terrorism, for the deaths of thousands of Indian civilians. Far from showing any remorse, he is brazenly unapologetic about the whole thing.
If history is any guide, India would do well to beware of cricket-loving dictators. This cheat sheet should help those who need some guidance on how democracies should treat those dictators that they are compelled to deal with.
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