by WISCOMP, Foundation for Universal Responsibility of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama in New Delhi .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-160).
|Other titles||Nationality and identity shifts and Jammu & Kashmir"s armed conflict|
|Series||WISCOMP perspectives -- 30|
|Contributions||Women in Security, Conflict Management, and Peace (Program)|
|LC Classifications||DS485.K27 K57 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||2010316229|
This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the complex conflict situation in Kashmir. Through an internal perspective, it charts the shift in the Kashmiri response towards the Centre and offers a detailed examination of the background in which separatist politics took roots in Kashmir, and the way it changed its nature in the militancy and post-militancy period. This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the complex conflict situation in Kashmir. Through an internal perspective, it charts the shift in the Kashmiri response towards the Centre and offers a detailed examination of the background in which separatist politics took roots in Kashmir, and the way it changed its nature in the militancy and post-militancy period. The volume. Since , India and Pakistan have been locked in conflict over Kashmir, a majority-Muslim region in the northernmost part of India. The mountainous, 86,square-mile territory was once a. Sajad Ghani Lone, 'Achievable Nationhood: A Vision Document on Resolution of the Jammu & Kashmir Conflict', paper presented at the Jammu Kashmir People's Conference, Srinagar, , pp.
Hide Footnote The Working Groups recommended several confidence-building measures including investigating cases of human rights violations, demilitarisation, the review of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (Jammu and Kashmir) of (discussed later), the settlement of displaced persons in Jammu and Kashmir, and strengthening existing. Indian policy makers could do well to adopt it in their prescriptions for the perpetual hostilities at the border. Since , Pakistan has almost completely occupied India’s strategic mindspace, its defence budgets, border management, diplomatic outreach, nuclear manoueuvring and internal security. In all this, an obvious truth has been repeatedly overlooked. conflicts is that they are viewed as markers of community identities, and in targeting women, the perpetrators, actually target the community as a whole, its honour, its symbols and prestige. In 9 Walikhanna Charu, Women Silent Victims In Armed Conflict; An Area Study of Jammu And Kashmir, Serial Publications, , p of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, the members of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, the ‘Azad’ Government of Jammu and Kashmir and numerous ofﬁcials and private individuals. No book is written single-handedly. All those I interviewed, often at short notice, could not have been more willing to open their hearts and homes to.
Shekhawat, Seema, Conflict and Displacement in Kashmir: The Gender Dimension, Jammu: Saksham Books International, Shekhawat, Seema and Mahapatra, Debidatta Aurobinda, Contested Border and Division of Families in Kashmir: Contextualizing the Ordeal of the Kargil Women, New Delhi: Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace, The abrogation of Article ensures that those who invested in perpetual conflict have no place in deciding the future of Jammu and Kashmir. As I write this, news pours in that Pakistan has bestowed nation’s highest civilian honor “Nishaan e Pakistan” to the face of radical separatism in Kashmir Valley, Syed Ali Shah Geelani. I suppose. The Kashmir conflict is a territorial conflict over the Kashmir region, primarily between India and Pakistan, with China playing a third-party role. The conflict started after the partition of India in as both India and Pakistan claimed the entirety of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan recognizing Chinese sovereignty over the Trans-Karakoram Tract and Aksai Chin. Weaving together diverse experiences from Jammu and Kashmir on the complex relationship between formal and informal sources of learning and the armed conflict, each article in this monograph points to the urgency with which Peace Education – highlighted in the National Curriculum Framework of the NCERT (National Council for.