Investigating the Mumbai Attacks, One Year Later

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It's been exactly one year since the attack in Mumbai that killed 174 people in two hotels, a train station, café and Jewish community center. It was reported afterward that Indian intelligence had received prior warnings, but that key weaknesses still left the city exposed. What's changed in the meantime? Stephen Cohen, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, is working on a new book about modernizing India's military will be called Arming without Aiming.




Warren Olney