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Peace in Indias North East : Meaning Metaphor and Method: Essays of Concern and Commitment

Prasenjit Biswas and C Joshua Thomas

ISBN 10: 8189233483 / ISBN 13: 9788189233488
Published by Regency, New Delhi, 2006
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Contents Acknowledgements. Preface. Inaugural address. Presidential address. Editor's introduction/Prasenjit Biswas and C. Joshua Thomas. I. Meaning of peace 1. Structure processes and conflict discourses problems and prospects of conflict resolution and peace building with a focus on North East region/Karunamay Subuddhi. 2. The idea of peace/Sujata Miri. 3. Indian Nation State and crisis of the Periphery/Bhagat Oinam and Homen Thangjam. 4. Sociological reflections on peace process in North East India/C. Nunthara. 5. Ghosts of colonial modernity identity and conflict in the Eastern Frontier of South Asia/A. Bimol Akoijam. II. Metaphor of peace 6. The cry of the Naga people/V.K. Nuh. 7. Politics of peace process in North East India a case of Nagaland/Girin Phukon. 8. Redefining peace in India's North East/Patricia Mukhim. 9. On peace as a metaphor an existential phenomenological perspective/Dipankar Kar. 10. Institutional designs and ethnopolitical conflict transformation assessing peace building initiatives in North East India/Rajesh Dev. 11. Her masters voice Women peacemaking and the genderisation of politics/Sajal Nag. 12. Just development key to peace process in Tripura/Subir Bhaumik. 13. Poetics of peace orality in the Khasi context/Esther Syiem. 14. Peace without peace metaphor without a method in the State of Exception called North East India/Prasenjit Biswas. 15. Ka suk ka sain an examination of peace process in Khasi context/Basil Pohlong. 16. Road to peace untying the Assam Bind/Wasbir Hussain. 17. Reflections on the peace process in Assam/Udayon Misra. III. Method of peace 18. War and peace in India's North East issues complexities and options a plea for strengthening the civil society/Gurudas Das. 19. Role of various agencies in the peace process leading to the signing of Mizo Accord 1986/Sangkima. 20. Naga Resistance Movement and the peace process in North East India/H. Srikanth and C.J. Thomas. 21. Indo Naga Political Conflict Resolution and agenda for change/A. Lanunungsang Ao. 22. Peace accords in Tripura background and analysis/Sukhendu Debbarma. 23. Evolution of the peace process in the context of Hmar Struggles/Jishnu Dutta. 24. Peace process in North East India the Arunachal scenario/Pura Tado. 25. Ethnic struggles in Assam an observation/Shakuntala Bora. Appendices 1. Rapporteur Report. 2. Resolution. Thomas Hobbes very famously said that the state may not be at war at any given time but it is always in a state of war. Hobbes may or may not be right about this but it does seem as though there has been for quite sometime now a state of war in India's northeast. Peace in India's North East is one of the most serious explorations of the possibilities of peace in this unfortunate region of our country. The contributors consist mostly of young intellectuals from the region who come together in a rare exchange of ideas and points of view. The result is an exciting mix of fresh theoretical insights and historico cultural dialogue. It must be read by everybody who is interested in a fair and authentic articulation of India's nationhood and the place that the northeast must have in it. 480 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 62107

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