“India and Pakistan, the two old foes, are at it again. Their respective nuclear arsenals may be tucked away, but they loom over the conflict nonetheless. With artillery shells raining, and even fighter jets being shot down, it’s not hard to see how events could careen out of control and into some apocalyptic place that no one wants.” Dexter Filkins in The New Yorker: Why the War for Kashmir Burns On.

+ For more background, here’s an explainer from the NYT: Why Do India and Pakistan
Keep Fighting Over Kashmir