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O’Loughlin, J. (2005) The Political Geography of Conflict, Civil War in the Hegemonic Shadow. In: Flint, C., Ed., The Geography of War and Peace, Oxford University Press, New York, 85-109.

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  • TITLE: Geography of Insurgency—Contextualization of Ethno-Nationalism in Northeast India

    AUTHORS: Leishipem Khamrang

    KEYWORDS: Ethno-Nationalism, Northeast India, Insurgency, Spatial Conflict, Violence

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.3 No.6, June 11, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Northeast India has been plagued by insurgency related violence and conflicts for many decades. The greater threat and concern have been, however, the rising regional tensions albeit promulgation of series of insurgency crack-down policies by successive central and state governments since the 1950s. To contain insurgency activities, new winning formulas have been announced occasionally, promising incentives or job to the surrenderees, with events of surrendering insurgent’s ceremonies yet several newer insurgents and splinter groups have been formed. The volatile state power relations intrigue the entire geopolitical condition and create space for development of newer geographical landscape of conflict thereby turning the region to one of the most sensitive regions in India. The paper is an attempt to examine the emergence of insurgency movements, the nature of contextualization insurgency activities and spatial conflict in Northeast India in the backdrop of the contesting state power relation.