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‘Who Will Be Killed Next?’: Kashmiri Pandits Consider Another Migration
June 20, 2022

‘Who Will Be Killed Next?’: Kashmiri Pandits Consider Another Migration

By Qadri Inzamam and Haziq Qadri
Kashmiri Hindus find themselves reliving the fear of the early 1990s amid a wave of targeted killings, but the government is keen to prevent another exodus.

Kashmir’s Political Alliance Scores Victory in Local Elections
December 30, 2020

Kashmir’s Political Alliance Scores Victory in Local Elections

By Sudha Ramachandran
Kashmir used the elections to send a political message to the Modi government: Autonomy must be restored. Will New Delhi heed that message?
Reckoning With India’s Illiberal Turn – Or Buyer’s Remorse?
September 30, 2020

Reckoning With India’s Illiberal Turn – Or Buyer’s Remorse?

By Abhijnan Rej
India's decision to force Amnesty India to shut down is being decried as a further example of India’s growing illiberalism, a phenomenon with complex causes.

A Year After Article 370’s End, a Dangerous Silence in Kashmir
August 04, 2020

A Year After Article 370’s End, a Dangerous Silence in Kashmir

By Kaisar Andrabi
The abrogation of Article 370 came with a steep cost: the disappearance of the moderate middle, once Kashmir’s political mainstream.

What Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s Resignation Means for Separatism in Kashmir
July 07, 2020

What Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s Resignation Means for Separatism in Kashmir

By Tarun Nair
While symbolizing the beginning of the end of radical separatism, the development presents an opportunity for New Delhi to restart its local engagement.

The BJP’s Flawed Blueprint for Resurrecting Kashmir’s Politics
February 26, 2020

The BJP’s Flawed Blueprint for Resurrecting Kashmir’s Politics

By Naveed Mehmood Ahmad
In order to restore political “normalcy” in Kashmir, the BJP is following in the footsteps of the Congress.

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