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The Last and Lost War of Pakistan

MJ Akbar

Pulwama borrows from a history of deception and subversion

Kashmir: Josh Gone Awry

Brashness inspired by a Hindi film cannot help in Kashmir

Tangle of Causes

An empathetic account of the history of conflict in Kashmir

The Last Days of Manan Wani

The new face of ‘resistance’ in Kashmir, killed soon after he fell out with a Hizbul commander and shifted base, may have been radicalised outside the state

Female Fury

Militancy as a gender study

Liminal State

A people caught between war and peace

A Summer of Turmoil Awaits the Valley

Short on weapons but with hundreds of youth ready to join militancy, terrorist groups in Kashmir are reportedly using lucky draws for recruitment

Jaffna: The Haunted and the Hopeful

Jaffna still bears the scars of one of history’s longest and bloodiest guerrilla wars. Aditya Iyer reports from the Sri Lankan city caught between a horrifying memory and a tentative future

The Doval Doctrine: Never Say Never Again

India’s National Security Adviser may be playing the diplomat with China, but it is his muscular approach to threats that makes him effective

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