September 21, 2020
The Indo-Pak Conflict Monitor is an independent research initiative to monitor ceasefire violations, conflict patterns, and escalation dynamics between India and Pakistan.
Origins of the Project
Scope & Focus
Media Coverage of the Project
Visits to the Border
Indian Military Officers (Retired)
Indian Military Officers (Serving)
Border Security Force Officers (Retired)
Border Security Force Officers (Serving)
Pakistani Military Officers (Retired)
Pakistani Military Officers and Rangers (Serving)
Indian Diplomats (Retired)
Pakistani Diplomats (Retired)
Tanvi Kulkarni and Happymon Jacob, "How Long Will the ‘New’ India-Pakistan Ceasefire Last?"
1 June 2018
Happymon Jacob, "The story of two ceasefires"
12 June 2018
Happymon Jacob, "The strategy of conflict"
15 March 2018
Happymon Jacob, "The Unquiet Front"
The Indian Express
8 February 2018
Happymon Jacob, "Behind the 'enemy' line: the borders of J&K"
4 January 2018
Happymon Jacob, "Diary of a very long year"
26 September 2017
Tanvi Kulkarni and Happymon Jacob, "Sir Creek: A Disputed Yet Well Managed Border"
Happymon Jacob, "A year of living dangerously"
22 December 2016
Happymon Jacob, "India-Pak Ceasefire Agreement Is Dead, It’s Time for a New One"
7 December 2016
Copyright © 2020 indopakconflictmonitor.org All Rights Reserved.
Making sense of the Indo-Pak border