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Kashmiri Muslim women shout slogans during the funeral procession of 19-year old Syed Farrukh Bukhari in Kreeri, north of Srinagar, on August 11, 2010. (Rouf Bhat/AFP/Getty Images)

Kashmir's Desperate Housewives

Women in Indian-administered Kashmir are risking their lives by protesting police, shouting slogans of freedom from India. more

Why Should Americans Know About Kashmir?

Basharat Peer tells Pankaj Mishra why the conflict in Kashmir should be a concern for the US and the rest of the world. more
Basharat Peer tells Pankaj Mishra why the Kashmir conflict should be a concern for the US and the rest of the world. (5 min., 11 sec.)
Kashmir: 'A Corner of Hell'
Kashmiri journalist Basharat Peer takes a personal look at South Asia's most intractable conflict. more
L to R: John Halpern, Sadanand Dhume, and Justine Hardy at Asia Society New York on Apr. 5, 2010.
Kashmir's Damaged Psyche
Journalist Justine Hardy assesses the possibilities for rehabilitation and renewal in Kashmir. more
Kashmiris shout anti-India slogans near the body of Zahid Farooq, 17, who died on February 5, 2010 after an altercation broke out between troops and a group of boys in Srinagar.  (Tauseef Mustafa/AFP/Getty Images)
Discuss: Cost of Kashmir Conflict
Is a resolution of the Kashmir conflict possible? Join the discussion. more
Ramachandra Guha in Hong Kong on Mar. 12, 2010. (Asia Society Hong Kong Center)
On India's Rise, A More Measured View
Historian Ramanchandra Guha offers skepticism, optimism about India's supposed ascent. more
Boston University Professor Adil Najam (pictured) and C. Raja Mohana, Kissinger Scholar at the Library of Congress, discuss the possible outcomes of India-Pakistan peace talks. (2 min., 10 sec.)
India and Pakistan: Back from the Brink?
A panel of experts talks about the prospects for peace between the rival nations. more