Ather Zia and Javaid Iqbal Bhat (eds.) (Forthcoming, August 2019) A Desolation Called Peace: Voices from Kashmir
Haley Duschinski, Mona Bhan, Asher Zia, Cynthia Mahmood (eds.) (2018) Resisting Occupation in Kashmir
Javid Hayat Khan. Azad Jammu & Kashmir: Polity, Politics and Power-Sharing, Forthcoming, Oxford University Press, Pakistan (Forthcoming)
Suvir Kaul (2017)Of Gardens and Graves Kashmir, Poetry, Politics
F. N. Lone, (2018) Historical Title, Self-Determination and the Kashmir Question (Leiden: Brill/ Nijhoff: Brill’s Asian Law Series) https://brill.com/abstract/title/33127
Tariq Ali, Hilal Bhatt, Angana Chatterji, Pankaj Mishra, Arundhati Roy (2011) Kashmir. The case for freedom
Aijazi, Omer. (2018). Kashmir as Movement and Multitude. Journal of Narrative Politics, 4(2), 88-118
Emma Brannlund and Swati Parashar (eds.) (2018) Conversation: Gender and resistance in Kashmir: old paradigms, new approaches, in International Feminist Journal of Politics. Volume 20, Issue 4
Kaul, N. (2019) “Kashmir Is Under the Heel of India’s Colonialism”, Foreign Policy, 13 August.
Kaul, N. (2019) “Finding the Ways Forward on Kashmir“, Centre on Constitutional Change (CCC) Blog Series, University of Edinburgh, 17 April.
Kaul, N. and Zia, A. (2018) (eds) “Knowing in our own ways“, Editorial Introduction to Journal Special issue (co-edited by N. Kaul and A. Zia) on “Women and Kashmir”, Review of Women’s Studies (RWS)/Economic and Political Weekly (EPW), Volume 53, Issue Number 47, 01 December, pp. 33-35.
Kaul, N. (2018) “India’s Obsession with Kashmir: Democracy, Gender, (Anti) Nationalism“, Feminist Review, Special Issue on Feminism, Protest and the Neoliberal State in India, Volume 119, Number 1, July, pp. 126-143.
Kaul, N. (2017) “Rise of the Political Right in India: Hindutva-Development Mix, Modi Myth, And Dualities“, Journal of Labor and Society, Volume 20, Number 4, pp. 523-548.
Kaul, N. (2017) “‘We want freedom’: Kashmir, a photo essay“, Cafe Dissensus, 15 August.
Kaul, N. (2017) “Kashmir: The communalisation of a political dispute“, Al Jazeera Op-Ed, 26 July.
Kaul, N. (2016) “From Funerals to Freedom in Kashmir: undoing the Great Indian Democracy“, Open Democracy, 11 July.
Kaul, N (2016) “Kashmiri Pandits Are a Pawn in the Games of Hindutva Forces” (on communalism and the Kashmir issue), TheWire.in, 7 January.
Kaul, N. (2015) “Hindutva Politics of Hate: Shall I count the ways? (A few things I wasn’t able to discuss with BJP leader Ram Madhav during his Al Jazeera interview)“, Scroll.in, 30 December.
Kaul, N. (2015) “Stormy Days Ahead for the PDP-BJP Alliance of Opposites“, The Quint, 23 February.
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Kaul, N. (2013) “Kashmir: A Place of Blood and Memory“, in Sanjay Kak (ed.) Until My Freedom Has Come: The New Intifada in Kashmir, Chicago: Haymarket Books, pp. 189-212. ISBN 978-1-60846-252-0. First Published in 2011 by Penguin Books India. An earlier version online at Open Democracy, 31 August 2010.
Kaul, N. (2013) “Everything I Cannot Tell You About The Women Of Kashmir“, in Fahad Shah (ed.) Of Occupation and Resistance: Writings from Kashmir, New Delhi: Westland and Traquebar Press, pp. 252-258, ISBN 978-93-83260-01-0. An earlier version online in The Kashmir Wallah, 7 December 2011.
Kaul, N. (2011) “On Loving and Losing Kashmir“, India International Centre (IIC) Quarterly, Special Issue on Kashmir, Winter-Spring. Co-published as a book in Ira Pande (ed.) A Tangled Web: Jammu & Kashmir, Delhi: Harper Collins India, pp 42-53, ISBN: 9350291541 / 9789350291542.
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F. N. Lone (2009) ‘From ‘Sale to Accession Deed’ – Scanning the Historiography of Kashmir 1846-1947’, History Compass, 7/6 1496–1508.
F. N. Lone (Oct-Dec 2007), Information Held Prisoner: Freedom of Information & Public Records Act Kashmir Affairs (London) Vol. 2, No. 4, 62-72.
F. N. Lone (Jan- Mar 2007) A Secure and Sustained Solution for Kashmir: National Unity and Reconciliation Kashmir Affairs (London) Vol. 2, No. 1, 49-55.
Shubh Mathur (ed.) (2014) Memory and Hope: new perspectives on the Kashmir conflict Special section in Race and Class.
Idrisa Pandit, (2019) “Kashmir’s children of war: Religion, politics, and non-violent mobilization, ” in Poilitical Muslims: Understanding youth resistance in a global context. Ed. Abbas. T and Hamid, S. NY, Syracuse University Press, 2019, pp. 231-258. Idrisa Pandit, (2019)
BBC Radio 4 The World Tonight
Interview on Kashmir, Live on 5/8/19 between 25.35 to 29.20 at
On BBC Radio
Interview on India/Pakistan/Kashmir, Live on 3/3/19 at 1850 GMT
On BBC Radio Sheffield
Interview on India/Pakistan/Kashmir, Live on 3/3/19 at 1830 GMT
On BBC Radio Derby
Interview on India/Pakistan/Kashmir, Live on 3/3/19 at 1820 GMT
On BBC Radio West
Interview on India/Pakistan/Kashmir, Live on 3/3/19 at 1810 GMT
On Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)
Interview about Kashmir 1/3/19. Listen here (15.30 into the programme link).
On BBC Urdu
“On enforced disappearances in
Kashmir” (with APDP President Parveena Ahangar on 3/6/14).
On BBC Asian Network
On BBC Asian Network
Responding to live call-in on the Kashmir issue 28/2/19 (between 1000 and 1030 GMT).
On BBC Asian Network
Interview about Indian-Pakistani Tensions
Increase 28/2/19, at 1735 GMT. Listen here (4.52 into the programme link).
On BBC World Radio Newshour
Interviewed by Razia Iqbal about the escalation
of hostilities in and around Kashmir by India and Pakistan 27/2/19, at 1405 GMT
onwards. Listen here (6.30 into the programme link)
On BBC Radio 4 Today Programme
Interview about the situation in Kashmir and India-Pakistan hostilities 27/2/19, at 0815 GMT. Listen here (2.17.45 into the programme link)