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Clinton / South Asia Visit #191135

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 19, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(New Delhi: John Cochran) President Clinton's visit to south Asia to ease tensions in the region where India and Pakistan both possess nuclear weapons and are feuding over the disputed territory of Pakistan featured; scenes shown of an anti-American demonstration in India. [Brookings Institution Richard HAASS - calls southeast Asia the most dangerous place on earth due to the chance of nuclear war.] India's preparations for Clinton's visit and the security nightmare for the travelling president detailed. [CLINTON - hopes to rekindle the relationship between the United States and India.] [National Security Adviser Samuel BERGER - says the United States needs to maintain a line of communication with Pakistan.]

Cochran, John;
Simpson, Carole

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