The Partition of British India 75 years ago delivered two countries that eventually became three. However, for one region the partition story has never ended. Kashmir, is the unfinished legacy of partition that has yet to be resolved. Fought over by India and Pakistan, both countries occupy sections and claim the whole state for themselves.

A 1948 UN plebiscite to determine whether Kashmir should become part of India or Pakistan never took place. With the revocation, in 2019, of Kashmir’s status as an autonomous state within Indian what will the future of Kashmir be? In this panel discussion we ask whether the Kashmir question ever be answered, or will it continue to be the last hangover of partition?