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All Posts Tagged With: "Kashmir"

Growing Indian influence in Afghanistan alarms Pakistan

S. Azmat Hassan (blog)

Growing Indian influence in Afghanistan alarms Pakistan

India, seizing on Afghanistan’s travails, has pumped in over a billion dollars toward improving Afghanistan’s economic and social infrastructure. On the face of it, this magnanimity should be considered a praiseworthy gesture. But Worldfocus blogger S. Azmat Hassan writes how the U.S. needs to help fix Indo-Pak relations.

Posted: March 18, 2010 15:39   Comments: 18
Kashmiri dispute looms large in politics of South Asia

S. Azmat Hassan (blog)

Kashmiri dispute looms large in politics of South Asia

The dispute between India and Pakistan over Kashmir has been ongoing since the 1940's and impacts security throughout the region. Worldfocus contributing blogger S.Azmat Hassan argues that settling the conflict there should be as urgent a foreign policy goal for the United States as working towards peace in the Middle East.

Posted: December 14, 2009 13:12   Comments: 7
Sino-Indian border dispute bogs down Asian economies

Analysis

Sino-Indian border dispute bogs down Asian economies

China and India have often been portrayed as the major drivers of the future, based on their economic clout. But quite apart from grand economic plans and new global alignments, a different reality is taking shape in both countries. Worldfocus contributor Luv Puri writes about border disputes that are renewing fears of a Sino-Indian confrontation.

Posted: June 24, 2009 13:59   Comments: 13
Obama administration omits Kashmir from envoy’s mandate

Perspectives

Obama administration omits Kashmir from envoy’s mandate

Worldfocus contributor Mohsin Mohi-Ud Din writes about the decision to remove the disputed region of Kashmir from U.S. envoy Richard Holbrooke's mandate, arguing that the move will have dangerous repercussions.

Posted: February 2, 2009 13:17   Comments: 6
India, China may boost President Bush’s legacy

Blogwatch

India, China may boost President Bush’s legacy

As President George W. Bush prepares to leave office, commentators and Bush himself have examined the legacy he will leave behind. Though Bush has suffered from low approval ratings within the United States, a handful of foreign countries may view him in a more favorable light.

Posted: January 16, 2009 23:49   Comments: 3
Join our giant kitchen conversation

In the Newsroom

Join our giant kitchen conversation

Anchor Martin Savidge hosted his first radio show on Tuesday on the Kashmiri people, history and human rights. He talks about the experience and about the future of the new Worldfocus webcast.

Posted: December 11, 2008 18:42   Comments: 0
Webcast: Panel on Kashmir — listen now

Worldfocus Radio

Webcast: Panel on Kashmir — listen now

Worldfocus.org and anchor Martin Savidge host a webcast discussion on the people and history of Kashmir with a panel of guests.

Posted: December 9, 2008 17:12   Comments: 11
Q&A: Kashmiri people, history and human rights

Q&A: Kashmir

Q&A: Kashmiri people, history and human rights

Cultural Anthropologist Haley Duschinski has researched issues of the Kashmiri people for the past 10 years and answers your questions here.

Posted: December 8, 2008 18:24   Comments: 43
Pakistan raids Kashmir camp linked to Mumbai attacks

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Pakistan raids Kashmir camp linked to Mumbai attacks

Former Pakistani ambassador to the United Nations Ahmad Kamal discusses recent developments in the region.

Posted: December 8, 2008 17:12   Comments: 18
Understanding Kashmir through Texas

In the Newsroom

Understanding Kashmir through Texas

Worldfocus anchor Martin Savidge tries to use a historical U.S. metaphor to understand the origins of the conflict in Kashmir.

Posted: December 4, 2008 08:35   Comments: 11
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