India asks why it can't bomb the hell out of Pakistan for repeated terrorist strikes against Indians. The U.S. response—because—isn't selling. U.S. calls for continued talks are losing what little meaning they had.
"If dialogue per se is more critical than combating international terrorism with all necessary means, then one can legitimately ask why both in Afghanistan and Iraq military action instead of dialogue has been resorted to," a spokesman for the Indian government said.
So it will be anywhere a claim of a terrorist threat can be made.