It has been one year since Kashmir was left numb, besieged by 38,000 additional troops adding to those already patrolling what is considered the world’s most militarized area. Without a voice, without reach, the world seems to have forgotten the Kashmir region and its people.
- Beyond the veil of diplomacy, insight into last month’s cruel border clashes reveals growing tension between the two Asian giants
- Well before, and after, the pandemic, thousands of people lived locked down within tiny, inescapable pieces of land. The crisis provoked by Covid-19 has only reminded us all how dire such reality is, for both human bodies and minds. Take Gaza, North Korea or Kashmir, three places where the lockdown is not bound to end with the epidemic.
- The recent military escalation reflects the underlying dynamics of the never-ending Kashmir conflict.