The Middle Space: A Study on Agreements, Accords, Peace Talks and SOO in North-East India
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Book ID : 38774
ISBN-10 : 81-8370-270-8 / 8183702708
ISBN-13 : 978-81-8370-270-6 / 9788183702706
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Edition : (First Edition)
Language : English
x, 154p., Bib., Index, 23 cm.
CONTENTS:- 1. Economic deprivation and its consequences in the North-East India. 2. Human security in the north-east: a supplication for inclusive security in NE. 3. Myanmar and issues of the northeast: a study of ramification of political violence and its new dimension in NE. 4. Partnerships for governance: the civil society perspective--the case study of Manipur. 5. Northeast: what has worked and what is yet to work? 6. Encounter to political space. 7. Conclusion.
This work is a study towards the goal of overcoming the various problems in the negotiations and restore peaceful co-existence by giving accommodation of reasonable political spaces. So this work has been taken up with the intention to produce a comprehensive and critical analysis of many accords and agreements in the peace building process of the northeast region. The book has six chapters. First chapter deals with the introduction of the work. It gives the history of economic disparities of NE. In which the full details of protests against. impoverishment and marginalization of the people are clearly reflected. The second and third chapters analyse the human security in the region with a pertinent question that how to bring inclusive security in this inclusive authority model. The third chapter mainly confines to the study of Myanmar and China as important factor for immerging new dimension of insurgency as trans-border insurgency of the region. The forty chapter deals with the study of good governance as partnership with civil society particularly in Manipur because that is only the state in NE, facing the complex problem more and more crisis ridden. The fifth chapter analyses the Indian states engaged in short term and long term agreements with some of these armed groups as started the history of the peace accord in NE that continue till date. The sixth chapter focuses the important of political space which could be accommodated the political interest of the masses. The last chapter highlights the major findings and recommendations of the study.