Travels across Kashmir and Ladakh – a frank perspective
On August 5th 2019, the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Bill revoked Article 370 and 35A, splitting the state of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union... Read More
Assam – preventive diplomacy needed to protect Bengali-speaking Muslims
Before there is greater violence and a refugee flow from Assam, there needs to be preventive diplomacy from the United Nations and from conflict-resolution non-governmental... Read More
Protests in Gaza – changed perceptions from India
The worsening security situation that India faces today at its borders regions is making it see the violence in Gaza through the lens of Kashmir,... Read More
Inter-sectional foreign policy for Kashmir
We need to work together to put together a foreign policy for these people and especially, women, in Kashmir who have faced unforgettable horrors. We... Read More
New hope in Kashmir?
Animosity between the Jammu and Kashmir regions runs deep. In a tense environment, local conflicts often have far-reaching impact and must be resolved swiftly.
Where next for relations between India and Pakistan?
Creating peace between India and Pakistan requires a strong sense of ownership over the process, with a clear packaging of the message how peace will... Read More
United Liberation Front of Western South East Asia – a new found alliance of terror or an eruption of indigenous grievances?
The emergence of the United Liberation Front of Western South East Asia (UNLFW) – comprised of nine prominent terrorist organizations active in India’s peripheral Northeast region... Read More
“We need more peacebuilders to prevent future violent conflict”
TransConflict is pleased to present a report from the Peace Channel, a member of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, about its efforts to promote... Read More
The banning of ‘India’s Daughter’ – what is Delhi afraid of?
TransConflict is pleased to present an interview with Dr. Seema Shekhawat about the banning of India’s Daughter and the echo and the effects that it has... Read More
India’s northeastern region environmentally threatened
The northeastern region of India is still a relatively secluded region. Under the pretext of national security and economic development, however, the activities of the Indian... Read More
Jammu and Kashmir – a dotted line and a blotted history
For Jammu and Kashmir, the Line of Control (LoC) is not only a symbol of state interference in social life, but also an emotional object... Read More
Social media helps connect divided families in Kashmir
Compared to other confidence building measures, social media has played a vital role in bridging the divides created by the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu... Read More
India and the conflict in Gaza – moralistic concerns or national interest?
A polarized public perception has emerged in India; one that views the the Gaza crisis through the prism of either humanity and morality, or from the perspective of... Read More
Sweeping victory in India orders UN about turn over Kashmir
The potential disappearance of UN military observers from Kashmir would mean the Security Council has turned a deaf ear and a blind eye to the... Read More