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Title: Kashmir and coloniality of power
Authors: Kang, Ishupal Singh
Keywords: Kashmir
Issue Date: 7-Sep-2019
Publisher: Cafe Dissensus Everyday
Citation: Kang, I.S. (September 07, 2019) Kashmir and coloniality of power. Cafe Dissensus Everyday
Description: As Kashmir seethes under clampdown by the Indian state apparatus for a complete month, it is imperative to look at the situation from the prism of India’s colonial history that demonstrates the continuation of the asymmetry of power. Of course, nothing paradigmatic has happened. The coloniality of power relations has always been the framework but the current move by the government brings it out in sharp relief.
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