Topic: Kashmir conflict

Kashmir: Living with the curfew

Protest march in Pakistani Kashmir (photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo)

India and Pakistan

"If Germany can be reunified, so can Kashmir"

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (photo: Reuters)

Modiʹs identity politics

Islamophobia threatens to engulf India

Barricade erected by Anchar residents to keep Indian security forces out (photo: Reuters/D. Siddiqui)

Barricades and books in restive Kashmir neighbourhood

Archive image: India's Gujarat State Chief Minister Narendra Modi looks on at the Gujarat University Convention Centre in Ahmedabad on 17 September 2011 (source: Getty Images/AFP/S. Panthaky)

Cultural politics in India

India's celebrities confront Hindu nationalism

Anti-India graffiti in Kashmir (photo: Marian Brehmer)

Modi and the revocation of Article 370

Kashmirʹs tormented quest for freedom

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (photo: Reuters/A. Abidi)

Kashmir, Xinjiang and Arab land in the Middle East

Victims of the civilizational agenda

Rally to 'save democracy' in Calcutta, May 2019 (photo: DW/Payel Samanta)

Modi, the BJP and social media

Indiaʹs WhatsApp elections

A crater marks the site of the first Indian underground nuclear test conducted 18 May 1974 at Pokhran in the desert state of Rajasthan (photo: AP)

India and Pakistan

Nuclear war – a remote, but real threat

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi gestures a traditional greeting prior to his speech as part of India's 72nd Independence Day celebrations, which marks the 71st anniversary of the end of British colonial rule, at the Red Fort in New Delhi on 15 August 2018 (photo: Getty Images/AFP/P. Singh)

India and Pakistan

Modiʹs foreign policy – by whim, not design

Opposition politician Imran Khan in his residence in Bani Fala (photo: Reuters/Caren Firouz)

Pakistan

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Interview with Pakistani politician Imran Khan: "Moving towards democracy"

Indian paramilitaries patrol in Indian-controlled Srinagar in Kashmir following anti-Indian protests (photo: picture-alliance/AP/D. Yasin)

India and Pakistan

Unable to bury the axe