Afghanistan post-2014: reverberations in Kashmir | Conciliation Resources

Apr 18, 2014 | Published by

This briefing paper is the third in a series from the Kashmir Initiative Group (KIG), highlighting potential scenarios following the drawdown of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) from Afghanistan this year, and its possible implications for the already fragile Indian-Pakistani dialogue as well intra-Kashmir peacebuliding initiatives.

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Mr. Muhammad Najib, representing us in Middle East from April 2014 onwards

Apr 16, 2014 | Published by

CPDR is pleased to announce that Mr. Muhammad Najib, a Doha-based Kashmir activist, will be representing us in Middle East from April 2014 onwards. He is B.E in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from N.W.F.P University of Engineering & Technology, MBA International Business from University of Atlanta USA-UAE campus and Certified Project Management Professional (PMP).

Najibi’s keen interest to promote cross cultural and heritage oriented activities amongst the people of the different parts of the divided state of Jammu and Kashmir. He believes his work is an alternative route, which will facilitate the process of conflict resolution in Kashmir.

Research study asks for institutionalizing CBMs on Kashmir

Jan 08, 2014 | Published by

Islamabad: Future of Kashmir centric Confidence Building Measures (CBMs) is chiefly dependent upon the much needed initiative to institutionalize them, lest they should continue hanging in balance in view of heightened tension between India and Pakistan along Line of Control (LoC). Read More

Institutionalising confidence building measures on Kashmir

Jan 05, 2014 | Published by

The current India-Pakistan peace process was set in motion with a ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in November 2003.1 Cross-LoC confidence building measures (CBMs) have been introduced for travel (2005) and trade (2008)….

Institutionalising confidence building measures on Kashmir

Background to the Kashmir conflict : challenges and opportunities

Sep 18, 2013 | Published by

This paper is the first in a series from the Kashmir Initiative Group (KIG). It provides background on the Kashmir context; four upcoming policy briefs will be launched over the next year. The paper reflects on the current landscape in the region and the opportunities and challenges for a dialogue process.

Background to the Kashmir conflict-challenges and opportunities