Nitasha Kaul is a novelist, economist, poet, and Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster. Her books include Imagining Economics Otherwise (Routledge 2007); Future Tense (Harper Collins 2020); Residue (Rainlight 2014, shortlisted for the Man Asian Literary Prize); and Can You Hear Kashmiri Women Speak? (Kali for Women Press 2020). Links to all works can be found at www.nitashakaul.com
Kashmir and Xinjiang share a border. Or, more precisely, the erstwhile princely state of Kashmir that is now divided between India, Pakistan, and China (and officially known as Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh; Azad Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan; Aksai Chin, respectively) shares a border with eastern Turkestan and Tibet—currently officially called Xinjiang and Xizang. In […]
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