India Reduces Paramilitary Troop Strength in Kashmir in a Bid to Signal Normalcy
By Abhijnan Rej
The drawdown is in the Goldilocks Zone: big enough to be noticed, but not so large that it would jeopardize New Delhi’s grip over the region.
Kashmir’s Teenage Militants
By Um-Roommana and Suhail Bhat
In the last few years, increasing numbers of teenagers have joined Kashmir’s militants.
Kashmir: 2 Years After Burhan Wani
By Fahad Shah
Burhan Wani's killing sparked an uprising that never really ended.
Kashmir: Killing Militants Won't Kill Militancy
By Riyaz Wani for StoriesAsia
Despite the Indian Army-led, take-no-prisoners Operation All-Out, militancy is surging.
Far From Normalcy: The Case for Reshaping India’s Approach to Kashmir
By Emily Tallo
India must come to terms with the reality of political alienation in the Valley.
Kashmir on the Brink
Kashmir remains a tinderbox. Will it ignite again this summer?
Kashmir: India’s Failed Gambit
By Muhammad Daim Fazil
Ongoing unrest underlines India's failure to resolve the Kashmir question
Uri, Kashmir, and Beyond: India's Strategic Options in Dealing With Cross-Border Terror
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss India-Pakistan relations after the Uri attack.
Why the Islamic State Could Come to Kashmir
By Dhananjay Sahai
The tactics and rhetoric of Kashmiri insurgents are starting to converge with those of ISIS.
Kashmir's Problems Need a Political Solution
By K.S. Venkatachalam
A political remedy is the only long term solution to violence in Kashmir.
Pakistan Escalates War of Words With India Over Kashmir
By Harsh V. Pant
Following weeks of violence in Kashmir, Pakistan and India continue to trade rhetorical barbs.
Discontent in Kashmir: The PDP-BJP Alliance’s Mistakes
By Sarral Sharma
For peace and normalcy, Kashmir needs a culture of trust to grow between the local government and citizens.