Between Democracy and Nation By : Kazi
This book focuses on the militarization of a secessionist movement involving Kashmiri militants and Indian military forces in Jammu and Kashmir. The author maintains that the heaviest and most grievous price of using the military for domestic repression and for the defence of Kashmir is paid by Kashmir's citizens and society. Drawing on womens subjective experience of militarisation, she examines the relationship between state military processes at the 'national' level and social transformations at the local/societal level.
|Number of Pages:||252 Pages|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
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