Kashmir is such conflict which started based on denial of human needs like security, identity, recognition, and personal development. Kashmir issue an enduring rivalry between two states has become more complicated due to the involvement of non state actors means. South Asia, where it is fluctuating and disturbed four times but since 1999. it is stable due nuclear factor. Besides other factors, major contributing factor for disturbed balance of power. Due to the persistency of conflict, the region experienced wars, which disturbed of balance of power. Pakistan and India is based on their threat perception of each other. Having experienced of offensive realism four times, now these states are experiencing defensive realism since 1999. Balance Of power depends on their offensive and defensive nature of warfare. In such situation, human security is ignored and even it is not prime agenda of states. South Asian peace and security depends on US effective role to bring Pakistan and India to nuclear policies. Kashmir can only be resolved, if proper mechanism will be provided and with inclusion of Kashmiri's voice. Border management between Pakistan and Afghanistan which was not paid much attention should be given priority. Due to non-traditional threats„ (terrorist organization) peace and stability of the region is threatening. In this regard having realized the sensitivity to the issue, Pakistan and India should adopt a common agenda.
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Rida Bashir. The Dismal Predicament of Kashmir from since Emancipation of India-Pakistan. Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2022;13(1):21-4. doi: 10.52711/2321-5828.2022.00004
Rida Bashir. The Dismal Predicament of Kashmir from since Emancipation of India-Pakistan. Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2022;13(1):21-4. doi: 10.52711/2321-5828.2022.00004 Available on: https://www.rjhssonline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2022-13-1-4
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