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Azaadi: Freedom and Change in Kashmir

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Laura Schuurmans
Paperback, 230 pages


Kashmir has been in geopolitical limbo since the partition of the British Raj in 1947. A region of stunning natural beauty and diverse ethnicities and cultures, its people have experienced violence, state oppression, and terrorism for generations. This book provides an introduction to the region, and its people, and reveals the everyday realities and experiences of conflict from personal accounts. It explores the reasons for the tensions within Kashmir itself as well as the wider implications of those tensions. The international relations between India, Pakistan and China, are crucial to understanding the conflict, as are the relationships between those nations and the wider world. This book highlights the many reasons that peace in the region needs to be a priority for global leaders, and the serious implications for world peace if that does not happen.