Moving beyond the state centric and constructivist analysis of global cooperation, this chapter offers an alternative view of solidarities and alliances, through the lens of resistance movements in Kashmir and Palestine. In an attempt to find answers for the overlaps, circulation and mobility of resistance practices among the Kashmiri and Palestinian resisters, the chapter explores the entanglement of imaginaries. Shared imaginaries of freedom and religion interwoven with emotional responses, provide new ways of understanding collaborations of non-state actors in the resistance movements. This is demonstrated through a discussion on both affective and tangible acts of solidarities among the resisters in both the contexts. In focussing on the practices and finding the meanings and imaginations embedded within them, this work attempts to make an important theoretical intervention in debates about global cooperation. Furthermore, ethnographic mapping of the transmission and translation of resistance ideas and events from one context to another will also provide further methodological nuance to the expansive literature on global cooperation.