Foreign Policy India Kashmir

The “Black Day” is Getting Darker Each Year

The Indian attack on Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday, October 27, 1947, was the most horrific event in the history of Indian colonialism, which has left the region in a state of perpetual instability and violence. On this day in 1947, the leaders of so-called secular India rushed their troops to Srinagar at night, trampling under their hats the fundamental political and democratic rights of the Kashmiri people for which the Indigenous people themselves fought together, over the years, against the British rule.

Kashmir Politics

The Past and Future of Gilgit Baltistan in Pakistan

The question of provincializing Gilgit-Baltistan has haunted Pakistan time and again since the former’s unconditional accession in 1948. PTI government is grappling with similar challenges but came up with a resolute intention to make the territory – the fifth province of Pakistan, unlike her predecessor regimes. India has warned Islamabad of possible violations of her international commitments and deliberate alienation of Wilsonian right of self-determination for the long-troubled Kashmiris. Yet, it doesn’t appear to be affecting the government’s policy in any visible manner.

Foreign Policy India International Relations Kashmir

Ladakh: Transformation of A Pluralistic Cosmopolitan into An Autocratic Union Territory

Situated in the midst of The Himalayas and the Karakorum Ladakh “the land of high passes” holds a history well

China India International Relations

Border Truce Between China & India

The Line of Actual Control (LAC) stretching 3,440 km between the China and India border has been a source of

China Foreign Policy India Interviews Kashmir

The Foresight: India – China Conflict with Eduardo Baptista

An informative session with Eduardo Baptista (Hong Kong-based Portuguese-Korean Editor, Journalist and Expert on South Asian Geo-Politics with special focus

India Interviews Kashmir

The Foresight: Kashmir Conflict with Dr. Sten Widmalm

An informative session with Dr. Sten Widmalm, Professor of Political Science in the Department of Government at Uppsala University, Sweden

Politics

Will Galwan Incident Influence India’s Foreign Policy?

As the aftershocks of the incident in the Galwan valley are continuing in the region, an important, and larger question