An incisive account that unravels China's predominant role in Kashmir militancy, besides other vitally important dimensions. A must-read work that brings to the fore Chinese strategic interest in the Shaksgam, Siachen and Baltistan regions'
-GENERAL J.J. SINGH, former Indian Army Chief and Governor of Arunachal Pradesh
'In the already complex story of Kashmir, this book raises disturbing questions on a range of issues that we thought were settled. What is interesting is how China has emerged as a subtext to this murky story. This is a pithy but deeply detailed and coherent account that covers the story of Kashmir from its rise as a Dogra kingdom till the most recent events in Uri and Balakot'
-DR MANOJ JOSHI, political commentator and author of The Lost Rebellion
'A forceful statement of the Indian case in Kashmir, one that shifts the argument beyond the Indo-Pakistani conflict to place it within a larger global context for which China, in particular, is crucial'
-Faisal Devji, Professor of Indian History,University of Oxford