September 29, 2016, Pakistan, Terrorist Groups, and Credible Responses, Alyssa Ayres Foreign Affairs May 1, 2019, What Kashmir's Looming Water Crisis Means for India-Pakistan Relations, Christopher Snedden Geschichte Indiens und Pakistans Die Entstehung des Konflikts Die Rivalität zwischen Indien und Pakistan 2.) Sign up to get TMC’s smart analysis in your inbox, three days a week. January 30, 2018, The Risk of a Nuclear-Tinged South Asian Crisis Is Rising, Sameer Lalwani and Hannah Haegeland Under this scenario, the Line of Control would have transit points for people-to-people exchanges, free trade and other economic opportunities. PTDC Participated in the Webinar titled "Promotion of Maritime Tourism in Pakistan" organized by National Institute of Maritime Affairs (NIMA) on December 23, 2020. Eurasia, Middle Observer Research Foundation Yelena Biberman is an assistant professor of political science at Skidmore College, nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and author of “Gambling with Violence: State Outsourcing of War in Pakistan and India” (Oxford University Press, 2019). May 30, 2018, India’s Victories Against Militants in Kashmir are Largely Pyrrhic, Rebels and Civilians Killed as Violence Surges in Kashmir, Ahmer Khan People carry the body of Zakir Rashid Bhat, also known as Zakir Musa, the leader of an al-Qaeda affiliated militant group in Kashmir, during his funeral procession in Dadasara village in southern Kashmir on May 24, 2019. War on the Rocks CFR Backgrounder, CFR Independent Task Force Report An uptick in border skirmishes that began in late 2016 and continued into 2018 killed dozens and displaced thousands of civilians on both sides of the Line of Control. Anticipating Pakistan's Next Move in Kashmir . Samir Ahmad is an assistant professor of governance and politics at the Central University of Kashmir. October 15, 2019, The Night the Soldiers Came: Allegations of Abuse Surface in Kashmir, Niha Masih, Joanna Slater, and Shams Irfan Trump again offered to help mediate — but described Kashmir as a “thorn in lot of people’s sides” and “a big problem between India and Pakistan.”. The Diplomat The most important news stories of the day, curated by Post editors and delivered every morning. The India-Pakistan Relationship is Facing the Most Serious Escalation in Decades. Foreign Policy Sidst opdateret: 22.06.2020. January 25, 2019, Children as Combatants and the Failure of State and Society: The Case of the Kashmir Conflict, Khalid Shah July 6, 2019, Line on Fire: India-Pakistan Violence and Escalation Dynamics, Happymon Jacob, Tamanna Salikuddin, and George Perkovich April 4, 2018, The Human Cost of India-Pakistan Conflict, Qadri Inzamam and Haziq Qadri Moeed Yusuf August 14, 2019, Indian Revocation of Kashmir’s Special Status, Melissa Dalton and Hajib Shah CFR Blog, “Asia Unbound” If another Mumbai 2008-style attack, where Lashkar-e-Taiba fighters rampaged through the city for four days, killing 164 people, were carried out by Pakistan’s militant proxies, it could trigger a severe military confrontation between the two nuclear-armed states. Later in September 2016, the Indian military announced it had carried out “surgical strikes” on terrorist camps inside Pakistani-controlled territory across the Line of Control, while the Pakistani military denied that any such operation had taken place. April 9, 2019, Continuity and Change: The Trump Administration’s South Asia Policies, Alyssa Ayres It has the world's second-largest Muslim population.It is the 33rd-largest country by area, spanning 881,913 square kilometres (340,509 square miles). Indian officials accused Jaish-e-Mohammad, a group with alleged ties to the Inter-Services Intelligence—Pakistan’s main intelligence agency—of being behind the attack. When India and Pakistan first fought over Kashmir in 1947-1948, after the two countries became independent from the United Kingdom, the United Nations imposed an immediate cease-fire. September 29, 2013, Senior Fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia, Henry A. Kissinger Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy. Gliederung: 1.) December 10, 2018, India and Pakistan Aren’t Ready for Another Terrorist Crisis, Sameer Lalwani and Emily Tallo Washington Post Our research suggests that people in Kashmir would have welcomed his efforts to mediate the Kashmir crisis, but also would have pushed to include the Kashmiri people in the process. A series of openings continued throughout 2015, including an unscheduled December meeting on the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris. Lebensader in Gefahr: Verstärkte Konflikte zwischen Indien, Pakistan und China Die Gletscher des Himalaya speisen den Indus, einen der mächtigsten Flüsse der Erde. September 4, 2018, Faith, Fury, and Fear: The Story Behind One of History's Greatest Mass Migrations, Monica Sarkar On this question, there was some disagreement. Foreign Affairs A greater share (79 percent) believed that the conflict could be resolved if Western countries considered the Kashmiri people as a legitimate party in the conflict, with a right to have a say in the outcome. Next Year Could Be Worse. CFR Event At India’s behest, U.S. policymakers tend to treat the Kashmir conflict as a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan. Kas ml nd shrn TIBET (CHINA) Gilgit Gilgit-Battistan VOLKSREPUBUK CHINA gam- Task Force Program, About January 16, 2017. March 4, 2020 at 11:01 a.m. UTC. Der Konflikt im zwischen Indien und Pakistan geteilten Kaschmir weitet sich aus. We conducted our survey at a time when the vast majority of Kashmiris likely felt disaffected and angry toward India. The Print Foreign Affairs What did we learn from our study of the political views of Kashmir’s younger generation? The exchange escalated into an aerial engagement, during which Pakistan shot down two Indian military aircraft and captured an Indian pilot; the pilot was released two days later. Long War Journal And a second key takeaway is that despite the crackdown and communications blockade, Kashmir’s young people remain optimistic about the efficacy of peaceful solutions. The Diplomat November 1, 2016, Why the India-Pakistan War Over Water Is So Dangerous, Michael Kugelman Die Vereinten Nationen unterhalten seit 1949 eine Beobachtermission (UNMOGIP) im Grenzgebiet. September 5, 2019, Why Kashmir May See Increased Violence After the Revocation of Article 370, Aditi Malik and Shivaji Mukherjee October 24, 2018, Pakistan’s Military Has Quietly Reached Out to India for Talks, Maria Abi-Habib S. Khan November 16, 2016, A Troubling Culture War Between India and Pakistan, Rozina Ali War on the Rocks All three call for the Line of Control, which separates Pakistani- and Indian-controlled territories, to become a porous international border. The Diplomat Pakistan gets more time to get its house in order, strengthen institutions, especially the economy, and build a working relation with India, till the time India inevitably rises like Hanuman again. In 2014, after India’s then newly elected Prime Minister Modi invited then Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to attend his inauguration, there were hopes that Modi's government would pursue meaningful peace negotiations with Pakistan. War on the Rocks New York Times Is it worth requesting help from Pakistan? December 20, 2017, Indian forces kill Jaish-e-Mohammed commander in Kashmir, Bill Roggio and Phil Hegseth Where they differ is in the degree to which Kashmir is to gain autonomy and become demilitarized. Pakistan - Nachrichten und Information: An 365 Tagen im Jahr, rund um die Uhr aktualisiert, die wichtigsten News auf tagesschau.de CFR Podcast, “The President’s Inbox” This led to a meeting between national security advisors in Bangkok a few days later, where the Kashmir dispute was discussed. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Joanna Slater and Ishfaq Naseem New York Times May 25, 2017, With The Long Standoff Between India and Pakistan, Kashmir Uses the Territory As A Shield, Judith Matloff Here’s why. November 19, 2019, Alyssa Ayres and James M. Lindsay September 30, 2019, The Dueling Narratives of India’s Kashmir Crackdown, Sadanand Dhume CFR In Brief The plebiscite option has deep historical roots. These attacks came amidst a period of increased cross-border shelling along the Line of Control, with more than three thousand reported violations in 2017 and nearly one thousand in the first half of 2018. However, after a brief period of optimism, relations turned sour once more when India canceled talks with Pakistan’s foreign minister in August 2014 after the Pakistani high commissioner in India met with Kashmiri separatist leaders. April 21, 2017, India, Long at Odds With Pakistan, May be Rethinking Nuclear First Strikes, Max Fisher February 26, 2019, Deadly Kashmir Suicide Bombing Ratchets up India-Pakistan Tensions, Laurel Miller Im Konflikt um die Himalaya-Region Kaschmir stehen sich die Atommächte Indien und Pakistan seit Jahrzehnten unversöhnlich gegenüber. Foreign Policy Among our survey respondents, the preferred route to resolving the Kashmir conflict was a plebiscite in which Kashmiri people vote to determine the future of their region. Later in December, Prime Minister Modi made a surprise visit to Lahore to meet with Prime Minister Sharif, the first visit of an Indian leader to Pakistan in more than a decade. Die indische Regierung hat dem indischen Teil der Region Kaschmir die Autonomierechte entzogen und eine Ausgangssperre verhängt. Campus. August 14, 2019, Tilting at More Than Windmills in South Asia, Richard N. Haass Pakistan is the 8th largest exporter of textile products in Asia. Pakistan says it has shot down two Indian military jets and captured a pilot in a major escalation between the nuclear powers over Kashmir. July 10, 2018, India’s Ceasefire in Kashmir Raises Prospect of Talks, Sudha Ramachandran Diplomat By signing up you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events, Young Kashmiris think India and Pakistan can resolve their differences over Kashmir. His research focuses on human rights, militarization and India-Pakistan relations. August 14, 2019, Kashmir: What to Know About the Disputed Region, Lindsay Maizland Carnegie India Fully 91 percent of our survey respondents were optimistic about this option — with 81 percent deeming this approach very effective.