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Coming Out of Violence: Essays on Ethnicity, Conflict Resolution and Peace Process in North-East India / Hussain, Monirul (Ed.)
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Coming Out of Violence: Essays on Ethnicity, Conflict Resolution and Peace Process in North-East India
Hussain, Monirul (Ed.)
 
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  Book ID : 29649
  ISBN-10 : 81-89233-18-1 / 8189233181
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-89233-18-1 / 9788189233181
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2005
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xi, 222p., App., Index, 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:- 1. Introduction/Monirul Hussain. 2. Understanding ethnicity and conflict/Imtiaz Ahmad. 3. Civil society and the struggle for self-determination in contemporary North-eastern India/Samir Kumar Das. 4. Small societies in large democracy: problems of conflict resolution in India's North-east/Gurudas Das. 5. Resolving ethnic conflicts in the North-east: a pacifist approach/Kunja Medhi. 6. Women as peacemakers: a study of North-east India/Anuradha Dutta. 7. Arunachal Pradesh: more than a resting place for rebel armies/Wasbir Hussain. 8. Natives Vs. Chakma diaspora in Arunachal Pradesh/Gautam Chakma. 9. 'The war was in my backyard': civilians and the new insecurity in conflict zones of Assam/Anindita Dasgupta. 10. Dynamics of ethnic conflicts in Manipur: towards a proposal for solution/Bhagat Oinam. 11. The Kuki-naga conflict: issues and solutions/T.T. Haokip. 12. Turmoil in the abode of clouds: ethnic conflict in Meghalaya/Sajal Nag. 13. Towards a resolution of the Naga issue/Udayon Misra. 14. The fifty-four year of Indo-Naga conflict: a question of internal Indian ethnic conflict or a conflict between two nations?/Kaka D. Iralu. 15. Tripura: decommissioning of Gumti Hydel project crucial for conflict resolution/Subir Bhaumik. Appendix: the role of the civil society in the prevention of armed conflict: an action agenda for South Asia.
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This volume is an outcome of collective endeavour aimed at understanding the issues of emerging ethnicity, conflict resolution and peace processes in India's sensitive North-East, comprised of seven states i.e. Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. Perpetual ethnic conflicts and their resultant violence have severally affected the society, polity and economy of the region during the entire post-colonial period beginning with the rebellion of the Nagas in early fifties of the 20 century. Both in qualitative as well as in quantitative terms, the conflicts and violence have increased significantly over the years. In the process, conflicts have become largely institutionalised and paved the way for emergence and continuity of low intensity wars within the territory of the same nation-state. Conflicts are not only confined to the state and the insurgents alone, it goes far beyond the conventional discourse of simplistic conflicts to a much more complex set of conflicts wherein various insurgent groups fight one another besides, sometimes, they fight against the society to which they belong. This brings to the fore the role of civil society as a mediator between the two disputants in the conflicts i.e. the state and the insurgents/ethnic movements. This collective academic exercise is aimed at analysing some of the existing conflicts, exploring the possibilities of resolving such long-drawn conflicts and paving the way for peace in North-East India.

This volume is a cornerstone resource for a wide range of institutions and individuals concerned with problems of North-east India. This will attract the attention of students and scholars of ethnicity, conflict resolution, peace and security studies.

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