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Pakistan's president has taken steps to improve his country's image in the intractable conflict with India.
Describes the life of people in India under the threat of nuclear war. The Observer, UK.
Examines the roots and causes of the Kashmir dispute [Last update: 2000].
Looks at possible scenarios for the outcome of the Kashmir dispute.
The former prime minister of Pakistan and leader of the largest opposition party says that a regime change in Islamabad is the only way to prevent a war.
Monitoring international policy-making at the United Nations, and offering U.N. documents, articles and an archive on the Kashmir conflict.
Indian army and security forces have started to lay hundreds of thousands of anti-personnel mines along the entire length of its 1,800-mile border with Pakistan.
A comment on the history of the conflict and the reluctance of the international community to intervene. The Guardian, UK.
Describes the dangerous mood in the province.
Conflict in Kashmir could vaporise millions, but the world's "moral leaders" are looking away, states George Monbiot. The Guardian, UK.
Henry Porter comments on the surprising little international response to the Kashmir conflict.
Reports on the danger of a nuclear conflict between India and Pakistan. The Guardian, UK.
The UK is mounting an intensive campaign to boost arms sales to India, in spite of the danger of the India-Pakistan dispute over Kashmir spilling into war and destabilising the entire region.
Nicholas D. Kristoff reports on the opinions of Pakistani citizens. (June 14, 2002)
Indian army and security forces have started to lay hundreds of thousands of anti-personnel mines along the entire length of its 1,800-mile border with Pakistan.
Describes the dangerous mood in the province.
A comment on the history of the conflict and the reluctance of the international community to intervene. The Guardian, UK.
The former prime minister of Pakistan and leader of the largest opposition party says that a regime change in Islamabad is the only way to prevent a war.
Describes the life of people in India under the threat of nuclear war. The Observer, UK.
Henry Porter comments on the surprising little international response to the Kashmir conflict.
The UK is mounting an intensive campaign to boost arms sales to India, in spite of the danger of the India-Pakistan dispute over Kashmir spilling into war and destabilising the entire region.
Conflict in Kashmir could vaporise millions, but the world's "moral leaders" are looking away, states George Monbiot. The Guardian, UK.
Pakistan's president has taken steps to improve his country's image in the intractable conflict with India.
Reports on the danger of a nuclear conflict between India and Pakistan. The Guardian, UK.
Monitoring international policy-making at the United Nations, and offering U.N. documents, articles and an archive on the Kashmir conflict.
Looks at possible scenarios for the outcome of the Kashmir dispute.
Examines the roots and causes of the Kashmir dispute [Last update: 2000].
Nicholas D. Kristoff reports on the opinions of Pakistani citizens. (June 14, 2002)

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