In this infographic, Asia researchers Timothy Lay, Paul Swartzendruber, and Daniela Pollmann report on militant attacks in India’s Muslim majority state of Jammu and Kashmir.
As India celebrated its 72nd Independence Day on 15 August 2018, the country continues to face multiple and complex challenges. Disorder—including political violence and protests—is increasingly multidimensional, complex, and evolving (OECD, 2016; United Nations & World Bank, 2018). Multiple types
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Demonstrations make up 90% of all events in India, yet the modes in which they manifest, who is involved in them, and whether state forces get involved vary based on the region of India in which they occur. In addition
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