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Kashmir Is the 72-Year 'Wound' between India and Pakistan

Bloomberg's Nisid Hajari and Paul Staniland of the University of Chicago join Deep Dish to discuss how the decision to revoke Kashmir's special autonomy has once again torn open tensions between India and Pakistan.
Demonstrators protest the scrapping of the special constitutional status in Kashmir by the Indian government, outside the Indian High Commission in London
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Last week, Narendra Modi's government revoked the constitutional provision that had long granted special autonomy to India-administered Kashmir. Bloomberg's Nisid Hajari, author of Midnight's Furies: The Deadly Legacy of India's Partition, and Paul Staniland of the University of Chicago join Deep Dish to discuss how the decision has once again torn open tensions between India and Pakistan-and what it means for the United States.

About the Experts
Nisid Hajari
Asia Editor for Bloomberg View
Paul Staniland
Associate Professor, University of Chicago
Vice President, Studies
Council expert Brian Hanson
Brian Hanson is the Vice President of Studies at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs with expertise in policy and politics. He oversees the Council's research operations and hosts the weekly podcast, Deep Dish on Global Affairs.
Council expert Brian Hanson