Understanding Kashmir with Dr. Pradeep Taneja

Episode 2 September 12, 2019 00:30:46
Understanding Kashmir with Dr. Pradeep Taneja
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Understanding Kashmir with Dr. Pradeep Taneja
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Show Notes

Tensions between India and Pakistan over Kashmir have reignited after India stripped the contested border region of its long-standing autonomy. We spoke with India expert Dr. Pradeep Taneja to understand why Kashmir is beset by instability and uncertainty over its political future.

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