Freelance journalist Sameer Yasir comments on the situation on the ground in Kashmir in the wake of the recent fighting between India and Pakistan
The conflict between India & Pakistan began in August 1947, after both countries gained their independence from Britain. The most recent attacks have been the deadliest in 25 years.
Michael Kugelman, senior associate for South Asia, Wilson Center, discusses the broader implications of the recent flare-up between the two nuclear-armed nations.
Aaghaz-e-Dosti is a cross border initiative that aims to foster cooperation and friendship between India and Pakistan. Two members of the initiative, Raza Khan, a Pakistani, and Devika Mittal, an Indian, offer their perspective on these efforts.
Both India and Pakistan developed their nuclear programs in the 1970s and neither country has signed the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
Omair Alavi, an entertainment journalist and film critic in Karachi, speaks about the recent decision by the Pakistani government to ban Bollywood films in response to recent tensions and the effect it is having on the domestic film industry.