"In the spring of 1990, Pakistan and India faced off in the most dangerous nuclear confrontation of the postwar era," The New Yorker reports. "And while the Bush Administration successfully averted disaster, it kept the crisis a secret, even from Congress, as it also kept secret the extent of Pakistan's covert nuclear purchases inside the United States." The New Yorker provides a detailed history of the conflict between India and Pakistan to date (1993), including nuclear capabilities.
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