Building Momentum Through Goodwill Gestures

A land swap between Bangladesh and India paves the way for progress on more challenging disputes.

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Sometimes disputes are left to fester for years, even decades, until parties decide there is something to be gained from reaching agreement. The nations of Bangladesh and India recently seized on an opportunity to push the “restart” button on their bumpy relationship by resolving one such ongoing dispute.
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