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Indian Elections: Kashmir Votes
April 22, 2019

Indian Elections: Kashmir Votes

By Um Roommana
Amid a tense security situation, Kashmiris are largely unenthused by the national elections.

Pakistan Scores a Rare Diplomatic Victory on Kashmir
December 19, 2018

Pakistan Scores a Rare Diplomatic Victory on Kashmir

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
The OIC condemning ‘Indian terrorism’ in Kashmir is a diplomatic triumph for Pakistan.
Kashmir’s Unwanted Elections
October 03, 2018

Kashmir’s Unwanted Elections

By Um Roommana
Threats and boycotts cast a long shadow over upcoming local elections in Indian Kashmir.

In Kashmir, Security Searches Lead to Sexual Abuse
August 13, 2018

In Kashmir, Security Searches Lead to Sexual Abuse

By Qadri Inzamam
India's renewed Cordon and Search Operations are proving a nightmare for Kashmir's women.

Kashmir: 2 Years After Burhan Wani
July 10, 2018

Kashmir: 2 Years After Burhan Wani

By Fahad Shah
Burhan Wani's killing sparked an uprising that never really ended.

Why India Must Change Its Kashmir Policy
June 23, 2018

Why India Must Change Its Kashmir Policy

By Ikram Ullah
The mood in Kashmir is more dangerous than ever before. India must change tactics before it's too late.

Kashmir: Killing Militants Won't Kill Militancy
May 31, 2018

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.
How Al-Qaeda Came to Kashmir
December 20, 2017

How Al-Qaeda Came to Kashmir

By Riyaz Wani
How a debate over Islamic martyrdom opened the door for al-Qaeda in Kashmir.

What Syed Salahuddin’s 'Global Terrorist’ Designation Means for Pakistan
June 29, 2017

What Syed Salahuddin’s 'Global Terrorist’ Designation Means for Pakistan

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
The United States increasingly aligns with India's stance on militancy in Kashmir. How should Pakistan respond?

Kashmir on the Brink
June 14, 2017

Kashmir on the Brink

By Um-Roommana
Kashmir remains a tinderbox. Will it ignite again this summer?

Time for Pakistan to Cut Ties With Hizbul Mujahideen
May 30, 2017

Time for Pakistan to Cut Ties With Hizbul Mujahideen

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Touting Hizbul Mujahideen as freedom fighters is detrimental for both Pakistan and Kashmir.
Why the Islamic State Could Come to Kashmir
September 08, 2016

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.

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