Kashmiris Won’t Stay Silent Forever
Residents of the restive area of Pulwama are under lockdown for a third week. But they want the world to know they’re going to fight back.
New Delhi’s Demographic Designs in Kashmir
Hindu nationalists have long wanted to reshape the region. Now they are getting their chance.
A Generation of Girls Is Missing in India
Sex-selective abortion fuels a cycle of patriarchy and abuse.
The World Is Reaping the Chaos the British Empire Sowed
Locals are still paying for the mess the British left behind in Hong Kong and Kashmir.
Kashmir Is Under the Heel of India’s Colonialism
Any future for the valley must be built from the bottom up.
Our Top Weekend Reads
A crisis unfolds in Kashmir, the U.S.-China trade war escalates (again), and the United States grapples with back-to-back mass shootings.
Kashmir’s Paramilitary Lockdown Traps Locals
Witnesses say travel is nearly impossible and communications have been severed.
Kashmir Is a Dress Rehearsal for Hindu Nationalist Fantasies
Economic excuses are cover for the goal of transforming India into a so-called Hindu nation.
India Is the World’s Leader in Internet Shutdowns
New Delhi clamps down on internet access in Kashmir as it moves to limit the troubled region’s constitutional autonomy.
India’s Sudden Kashmir Move Could Backfire Badly
New Delhi’s crackdown could send the region spinning into instability.
Inside Kashmir’s Crisis—And What Happens Next
A scholar of Indian politics says Modi’s unilateral move to revoke the disputed territory’s status “suggests a willingness to flout basic norms of democracy.”
India’s Media Can’t Speak Truth to Power
Journalism is in trouble in the world’s largest democracy. The consequences could be dire.
India Faces a Looming Disaster
Narendra Modi’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is an election-winning machine. But its ideology is sharply at odds with economic or social common sense.