Kashmir has been a place of contention ever since the British Raj split into India and Pakistan in 1947. It seems to be getting worse and there is enough blame on both sides to go around. Borealis talks to Farhana Qazi of GWU to get the inside scoop.
Farhana Qazi is an American scholar, an award-winning author, and an international public speaker. Her research includes conflicts in the Muslim world, women in war, and strategic communications.
Check Farhana’s latest book Invisible Martyrs: Inside the Secret World of Female Islamic Radicals.
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