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It's just after 3 am in Kashmir, where fresh escalations in the 70-year conflict between Pakistan and India have the two nuclear powers on the brink of war.
Why it matters: Do you remember the existential concerns from the Cold War? This is like that, on a subcontinent with more than a billion people.
The big picture: Both Pakistan's and India's leaders have incentives to act tough instead of cooling things down, GZERO Media's Gabe Lipton writes.
The bottom line:
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