Casting Light on Kashmir

Kashmir is one of the most militarised zones in the world. While the region of Kashmir that is part of the Indian nation-state held a semi-autonomous status until 2019, the Indian government on 5 August
2019 removed this special status through the revocation of article 370 of the Indian Constitution and turned the region into two separate Union territories that are now governed by Delhi. This debate critically engages with some legal and socio-political developments in Indian-administered Kashmir – and casts light on a region that is often overlooked in comparative and international law.