Four Vantage Points: Foreign Policy and the News Coverage of the Kashmir Dispute

Four Vantage Points: Foreign Policy and the News Coverage of the Kashmir Dispute



the Kashmir dispute has been one of the most protracted conflicts in modern history it recently led both India and Pakistan to the brink of a nuclear war unfortunately though no one can seem to come up with a solution because no one can even seem to agree on what the problem is this is most evident when looking at the international media coverage of the Kashmir dispute while it can be expected that Indian and Pakistani media coverage of the Kashmiri dispute reflects their respective stances on the conflict foreign countries media also tends to be predominantly aligned with either one or the other this obfuscates the issue because the international community cannot seem to agree and what the problem actually is to illustrate this we looked at the framing methodology employed by international broadcasters the same dispute was highlighted by CNN as a religious issue while CRT world frames it as a humanitarian concern Pakistani knee geo news network called the same folks repulsed that Indian NDTV calls terrorists from a south Kashmir to Indian occupied Kashmiri to Pakistan administrated Kashmir analyzing the framing in math and language shows us that the antagonist and the protagonists of the concussion a dispute are shrouded in mystery exacerbating the issue by potentially delaying its solution this is unfortunate because human rights violations including braid torture killings and mass blinding by the Indian Armed Forces are getting worse Saturday

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