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Beyond counter-insurgency : breaking the impasse in Northeast India / edited by Sanjib Baruah.

Contributor(s): Baruah, Sanjib.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2009Description: viii, 383 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780195698763 (hbk.); 0195698762 (hbk.).Subject(s): Counterinsurgency -- India, Northeastern -- History | Democracy -- India, Northeastern -- History | India, Northeastern -- Politics and government -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 954.1604 BEY Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
1: Introduction (Sanjib Baruah) Part I: Stalemated Conflicts: What Cost? 2: Resenting the Indian State: For a New Political Practice in the Northeast (Ananya Vajpeyi) 3: When was the Postcolonial?: A History of Policing Impossible Lines (Bodhisattva Kar) Part II: Nation and its Discontents 4: From Loin Cloth, Suits, to Battle Greens: Politics of Clothing the 'Naked' Nagas (Dolly Kikon) 5: Writing Terror: Men of Rebellion and Contemporary Assamese Literature (Rakhee Kalita) 6: Narrative Agency and Thinking about Conflicts (Nandana Dutta) Part III: Discourses of Inclusion and Exclusion 7: Northeast Problems as a Subject and Object (Pradip Phanjoubam) 8: Preparing for a Cohesive 'Northeast': Problems of Discourse (Bhagat Oinam) 9: Agency of Rioters: A Study of Decision-Making in the Nellie Massacre, Assam, 1983 (Makiko Kimura) Part IV: Making Peace, Making War: India's Peace Policy 10: The Mizo Exception: State-Society Cohesion and Institutional Capability (M. Sajjad Hassan) 11: Peace sans Democracy?: A Study of Ethnic Peace Accords in Northeast India (Samir Kumar Das) 12: Hills-Valley Divide as a Site of Conflict: Emerging Dialogic Space in Manipur (H. Kham Khan Suan) Part V: Breaking the Impasse 13: Just Development: A Strategy for Ethnic Reconciliation in Tripura (Subir Bhaumik) 14: Grounds for Democratic Hope in Arunachal Pradesh (Betsy Taylor) 15: Rethinking Delhi's Northeast India Policy: Why neither Counterinsurgency nor Winning Hearts and Minds is the Way Forward (Bethany Lacina)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [343]-369) and index.

1: Introduction (Sanjib Baruah)
Part I: Stalemated Conflicts: What Cost?
2: Resenting the Indian State: For a New Political Practice in the Northeast (Ananya Vajpeyi)
3: When was the Postcolonial?: A History of Policing Impossible Lines (Bodhisattva Kar)
Part II: Nation and its Discontents
4: From Loin Cloth, Suits, to Battle Greens: Politics of Clothing the 'Naked' Nagas (Dolly Kikon)
5: Writing Terror: Men of Rebellion and Contemporary Assamese Literature (Rakhee Kalita)
6: Narrative Agency and Thinking about Conflicts (Nandana Dutta)
Part III: Discourses of Inclusion and Exclusion
7: Northeast Problems as a Subject and Object (Pradip Phanjoubam)
8: Preparing for a Cohesive 'Northeast': Problems of Discourse (Bhagat Oinam)
9: Agency of Rioters: A Study of Decision-Making in the Nellie Massacre, Assam, 1983 (Makiko Kimura)
Part IV: Making Peace, Making War: India's Peace Policy
10: The Mizo Exception: State-Society Cohesion and Institutional Capability (M. Sajjad Hassan)
11: Peace sans Democracy?: A Study of Ethnic Peace Accords in Northeast India (Samir Kumar Das)
12: Hills-Valley Divide as a Site of Conflict: Emerging Dialogic Space in Manipur (H. Kham Khan Suan)
Part V: Breaking the Impasse
13: Just Development: A Strategy for Ethnic Reconciliation in Tripura (Subir Bhaumik)
14: Grounds for Democratic Hope in Arunachal Pradesh (Betsy Taylor)
15: Rethinking Delhi's Northeast India Policy: Why neither Counterinsurgency nor Winning Hearts and Minds is the Way Forward (Bethany Lacina)

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