Book (electronic)

The Naga ethnic movement for a separate homeland: stories from the field (2020)

in: Oxford scholarship online

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The work explains how the Naga population perceived their meeting point with the institutions of the Indian state in the midst of a conflict zone, especially the army, the paramilitary forces, and documents what it feels like to live in a conflict zone and the constrains that it cultivates in people, especially the young.