Topic: Kashmir conflict

Pakistan after shooting down two Indian fighter jets (photo: picture-alliance/Zuma/PPI)

Indo-Pakistani relations

Detente over Kashmir following decades of conflict?

Gholam Mohiuddin making medical instruments in his workshop in Srinagar (photo: DW/Rifat Fareed)

Meet the last of Kashmir's 'German Khar' craftsmen

An artisan couple at work in their family kangdi-making business (photo: Sugato Mukherjee)

Kashmir’s kangdi – a comforting tradition

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (photo: AFP/Saudi Royal Palace/B. Al-Jaloud)

Pakistan and the Gulf

Arab allies jump ship over Pakistan's 'new Kashmir policy'

A weaver at work (photo: Sugato Mukherjee)

The weavers of Kashmir

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

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