Kashmir is a disputed territory located between India and Pakistan.
The mountainous region has long been a source of conflict between the two countries, even before they won independence from British rule in 1947. Kashmir has an estimated 16 million inhabitants. Recent DW content with "Kashmir" as a keyword will appear on this page.
The militant attack in India-ruled Kashmir has once again put New Delhi and Islamabad on a war footing. Analysts at the Munich Security Conference say it is a setback to those who wish to see lasting peace in the region.
Today on DW News Asia: India blames Pakistan for the deadliest attack ever in Kashmir. What will further tensions mean for an already volatile region? Taiwan's foreign minister talks about the complex ties with China. And is history repeating itself in Afghanistan, 30 years after Soviet troops pulled out of the country?