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One Year Later: An Assessment of Kashmir’s Demographic Re-engineering


It has been over a year since India revoked Jammu and Kashmir’s semiautonomous status and bifurcated the state into two federally governed union territories. The unrest which followed resulted in curfews, lockdowns and communication limitations. What has this change in policy meant for the residents of the former Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir and its strategic environs? Our panel of experts do a deep dive exploring how Modi’s Kashmir policy has affected India’s domestic security and stability, local demographics in the disputed region, the rights of ethnic and religious minorities at a time of rising right-wing Hindu nationalism, and the broader geopolitics involving neighboring Pakistan and China.

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