Selected Articles: India’s Kashmir Crisis

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Iran Might be About To Change Its Approach Towards India

By Andrew Korybko

Iran had hitherto allowed India to make a fool out of it without uttering even the faintest protest in response, yet the Islamic Republic’s previously servile attitude might be changing if two recent statements by its leadership are any indication of a new approach taking shape towards the South Asian state.

Hair-trigger Nuclear Alert over Kashmir

By Eric Margolis,

Two of the world’s most important powers, India and Pakistan, are locked into an extremely dangerous confrontation over the bitterly disputed Himalayan mountain state of Kashmir. Both are nuclear armed.

Could The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Contribute to Resolving the Kashmir Crisis?

By Andrew Korybko,

The onset of the latest Kashmir Crisis following India’s “Israeli”-like unilateral moves there last week have raised the question among many in the Alt-Media Community of whether the SCO could help mediate a solution between New Delhi and Islamabad, but the fact of the matter is that the organization would be utterly useless in doing so even if it had the proper mandate because its members could just engage in behind-the-scenes diplomacy without having to make a public spectacle about it on that platform.

India’s Kashmir Crackdown Poses Risk of War

By John Riddell,

On August 5, India’s Hindu nationalist government unilaterally revoked the autonomy of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, while flooding the region with troops, imposing a curfew, and shutting down all communications.

India’s Tryst with Destiny: Freedom Struggle from Exploitation and Degradation Is Global

By Colin Todhunter,

Today, we are in the grip of a globalised system of capitalism which drives narcissism, domination, ego, anthropocentrism, speciesism and plunder. A system that is using up oil, water and other resources much faster than they can ever be regenerated.

If Crimea Matters, Russia Should Support Kashmir

By Andrew Korybko,

There are striking structural similarities between Kashmir and Crimea that should make Russian decision makers think twice before endorsing the unilateral actions of their decades-long Indian partners if they want to remain politically consistent.

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