A forgotten conflict that burst back onto the international scene earlier this year, when nuclear-armed states Pakistan and India briefly clashed over its air space, Kashmir is one of the modern world’s oldest conflicts.
What is at the core of this conflict? What’s it like to be a Kashmiri on either side of the border? And is a resolution possible?
Join former BBC Head of Religion and Ethics Aaqil Ahmed as he hosts two conversations about the Kashmir issue: firstly, with Pakistani Kashmiri politician Farzana Yaqoob and British Kashmiri politicians Imran Hussain and Naz Shah as they discuss the political ramifications of the conflict; and then with Farzana Yaqoob and Indian Kashmiri activist Muzzammil Thakur.