Muqtedar Khan on Why Religious Nationalism Is Poisoning South Asia
By Sudha Ramachandran
“The current plight of Indian Muslims is a direct consequence of Jinnah’s vision and the emergence of copycat Hindu nationalism, which essentially embraces the same idea of religious nationalism.”
Partition Survivors’ Important Role in India-Pakistan Reconciliation
By Tridivesh Singh Maini
75 years after Partition, grassroots efforts to reconnect separated families and villagers are paying off.
Why Did Pakistan Lay Claim to the Indian Territory of Junagadh?
By Krzysztof Iwanek
The Junagadh issue had once been used to raise points in the Kashmir dispute. But this is no longer of significance.
The NRC and India’s Unfinished Partition
By Grant Wyeth
The ongoing ideological struggle over Indian nationhood surfaced with Assam’s National Register of Citizens.
What Really Caused the Violence of Partition?
By Guneeta Singh Bhalla
Neighbors didn’t kill neighbors in 1947. Contested Partition histories need a revisit, now more than ever.
Can Social Media Help Heal the Wounds of Partition?
By Iftikhar Alam
72 years after partition, migrants are using social media to reconnect with their ancestral homes.
Defying National Divide, Indians and Pakistanis Unite in Matrimony
By Ayesha Khan and Tahira Noor
“We saw each other as individuals rather than as an Indian or a Pakistani."
Rohingyas and the Unfinished Business of Partition
By Jayita Sarkar
Like so many of South Asia's flashpoints, the Rohingya crisis has roots in the bloody Partition of 1947.
Freedom and Fear: India and Pakistan at 70
By Pippa Virdee
70 years later, the neighbors and rivals still struggle with the “unfinished business of partition.”
India-Pakistan: Looking to the Pre-1965 Relationship
By Tridivesh Singh Maini and Tahir Javed Malik
To normalize ties, the two countries need look no further than their own histories.
1947 Partition Archive: Preserving the Past
By Sonya Rehman
The 1947 Partition Archive is creating an oral history of a momentous time.