With G20 Event, India Seeks to Project Normalcy in Disputed Kashmir
By Aijaz Hussain
The G-20 tourism meeting will be the first significant international event in Kashmir since New Delhi stripped region of its autonomy in 2019.
At 75, India’s Kashmir Challenge Shifts Foreign Policy Focus
By Aijaz Hussain
From a Pakistan-centric policy, India has shifted to focus on a rising China that is supporting Islamabad’s stance on Kashmir.
India’s Crackdown on Kashmir’s Journalists
By The Diplomat
In a ramped-up pressure campaign, Kashmiri journalists have faced police raids, threats, and even arrest and detention.
Kashmiris Are Being Arrested for Pro-Palestine Protests
By Qadri Inzamam and Haziq Qadri
At least 20 people have been arrested throughout Kashmir over protests in support of Palestine.
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.
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.
Kashmir’s Dark Year
By Um Roommana
A loss of autonomy. A months-long security crackdown. Now, a pandemic. It’s been a rough year in Kashmir.
India’s Quiet Responses Against Turkey’s Diplomatic Offensive
By Niranjan Marjani
Turkey’s vocal stance on Kashmir has not gone unnoticed in New Delhi.
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.
India Arrests Top Kashmiri Leaders Under Controversial Public Safety Act
By Associated Press
Former Chief Ministers Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah were among those detained ahead of the abrogation of Article 370. Now they’ve been arrested.
How the Kuala Lumpur Summit Complicates India’s Gulf Relations
By Mohammed Sinan Siyech
The declaration of a special OIC meeting on Kashmir at the behest of Pakistan demonstrated that the platform has indirectly affected India-Gulf ties.
(Dis)integrating Muslims, Dismantling India
By Muqtedar Khan
India, where Muslims have been at home for more than a millennium, is trying its hardest to alienate, disenfranchise, and disintegrate them.