Kashmir: Beyond Imbroglios

@inproceedings{Chohan2019KashmirBI,
  title={Kashmir: Beyond Imbroglios},
  author={Usman W. Chohan and Omer Aamir},
  year={2019}
}
It is necessary that a more nuanced and comprehensive viewpoint be presented to a global audience vis-a-vis Kashmir, which can foster both wider international engagement as well as a richer understanding of the salient features and undercurrents that permeate Jammu & Kashmir state and the South Asian region at large. Based on the Kashmiri indigenous perspective, this working paper introduces a new lens to examine an old problem of exploitation: the Marxian context of class violence. It… Expand

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