Browsing: Diplomacy

Kashmir for decades has been a key subject for the students of the diplomacy schools across the world more so in India and Pakistan. How the diplomacy is finally being transacted on Kashmir, this section offers the window.

Diplomacy
Zaiba’s Homecoming

A Pakistani travel reporter Danial Shah and an Indian photographer Mithila Jariwala teamed up to report Zaiba’s homecoming to Turtuk…

Books
Burhan, Islamabad and Gwadar

Delhi manipulated post-1965 support in Kashmir by permitting a minority political class to grow gradually and dominate the scene. Strategic…

Books
Partition To Tashkent

Moscow’s role in the UN has remained fundamental to New Delhi’s Kashmir policy. The base for this role was laid…

Diplomacy
Think First, Jump Later

Teenage techie apart, the one thing that made a posthumous Burhan Wani towering in Kashmir’s recent history was his capacity…

Diplomacy
The Bloody Quarter

Amid street expectations that a protracted bloody strike would force Delhi talk to Islamabad and Srinagar, it took an inverse…

Conflict
War Woes

TV suggests that India and Pakistan stand on brink of another war. Even Kashmir is thick with battle talk. War…

Cover Story
War, Is It?

Almost three months and scores of international squabbling matches after, Delhi and Islamabad are inching toward a confrontation to satisfy…

Cover Story
Over To Geneva

After six fortnights, nearly 90 coffins and over 13k injured, neither of the stakeholders has mellowed down. Separatists are unrelenting;…

Cover Story
Quietly Unwilling

Understanding the costs that negotiating any kind of deal can have, Sangh Parivaar is resisting pressure from the political class…

Conflict
That Televised War

It has been 17 years since India and Pakistan fought a ‘localized’ war over the hills between Zoji La and…

Conflict
Gilgit Games

Perhaps for the first time after partition, Kashmir dispute is emerging as a major issue for Pakistan. Beijing is seeking…

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