About the Journal
The Kashmir dispute is not only the timeworn issue of the United Nations (UN), but is also an unfinished agenda of partition of the sub-continent. Besides being the longest and unresolved dispute in the World, the Kashmir dispute is a source of enmity between two neighboring countries of South Asia; India and Pakistan. People of Jammu and Kashmir have been struggling for their right to self-determination for more than six decades. There is a great deal of deadlock between India and Pakistan for the resolution of the Kashmir dispute since 1947.
The defining feature of The Journal of Kashmir Studies seeks to provide a forum for discussion on issues and problems primarily relating to Kashmir conflict. We welcome contributions by researchers, administrators, policy makers and all others interested in promoting a better understanding of the Kashmir cause. Published bi-annually by the Policy and Research Forum, Azad Government of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. Research published by the Journal encompasses (but not limited to) topics such as:
- International Affairs
- Defense and Strategic Studies
- Political Economy