Annexation of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir by India

Marking one year since India’s illegal and unilateral actions of 5 August
2019, it is a timely rejoinder of the consequences that ensued, and an opportunity
to illustrate the lessons learned.
For, these lessons are not just germane to the Kashmiris and to Pakistan, but,
in the current geopolitical context, applicable to regional States as well.
They have a bearing, I feel, on the region’s collective capacity to navigate
the simmering turbulence. Read More…

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