By Garima Sharma
As I write this article in March 2020, I have heard the bomb/mortar shell noises twice tonight around 2:03 am. It has been even days of continuous ceasefire violations from both sides.
By Sohini Chatterjee
Buried in the depths of forgotten history, lost amidst dehumanizing, fractious wars and decades of unrelenting, deranged enmity, fueled by nationalisms built on delusions of grandeur suffered by both India and Pakistan, Sehmat’s story needed to be excavated and narrated to the world, especially to the two neighbouring states in South Asia that are as insolent as they are belligerent, who operate in wanton disregard for human life, in an effort to sustain their exalted opinions of themselves, their amour propre.
By Rameez Raja
In contrast to Waltz’s argument that “Nuclear Weapons Spread May Be Better”, India-Pakistan nuclear proliferation will increase risks rather than create stability in the region. India-Pakistan tensions are explicitly related with historical dynamic of bigotry and enmity.