CONTENTS:- Preface 1. Democratic Institution Without Democratic Politics/Ch. Rupachandra 2. Emerging Conflict Situation Among the Hill Tribals of Manipur/Ch. Rupachandra 3. Land Problem and Ethnic Crisis in Manipur/Ng. Jasantakumar 4. Nationalism, Ethnic-Nationalism and Relative Deprivation/Dhanabir Laishram 5. Constitutional Safeguards for the Indigenous People of the Northeast/Ng. Jasantakumar 6. Armed Conflict in Manipur/Ng. Jasantakumar 7. Questioning Political Solution in Armed Conflict of Manipur/Dhanabir Laishram 8. Women's Movement Manipur/Dhanabir Laishram 9. Political Economy of Inclusive Growth in the Context of Globalisation/Dhanabir Laishram 10. New Dimensions and Challenges for Human Rights in the Globalisation/Dhanabir Laishram 11. Corporate Governance and Popular Participation in the Context of the Globalisation : SLAPPS and DRD/Dhanabir Laishram 12. Social Exclusion and Eastern Strategy/Dhanabir Laishram 13. Economic Development and National Security/Ng. Jasantakumar 14. Why do Rural Development Fail and how it Could be Succeed?/Dhanabir Laishram 15. Gandhian Means to end Ethnic Hatred/Dhanabir Laishram
Manipur is a small state but very difficult to understand. It is more and more complicated after completely becoming an armed conflict area. Both the organic and applied intellectuals are away from the contradiction between colonialisation and decolonisation processes or between redesigning and re-invention of the constitution. The main non-state actors of conflict are the youths of the state. Therefore in order to highlight their aspirations based on reality for managing or resolving the conflict, the vexed problems of the state are worth studying. The genesis of political violence is absence of democratic politics within the democratic institution. However, the suppression and the political accommodation to deal with such political violence made more confusion. The people of northeast in general and Manipur in particular are in the frying pan under the inclusive economic growth with inclusive authority model because India simply stitched the northeast with the mainland after independence although Pakistan had departed. This book provides an in-depth analysis of the core issues that require immediate attention of both political and civil society.