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

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Abstract

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.

Keywords

Government, Resistance to, Naga (South Asian people), Government relations, India, Nāgāland

Languages

English

Publisher

Oxford University Press

ISBN

9780190990565

Edition

First edition

DOI

10.1093/oso/9780190121174.001.0001

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