Writing on the Wall: Reflections on the North-east
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Book Summary of Writing on the Wall: Reflections on the North-east
Delhi’s Look East Policy and much more. Yet, as these essays make clear, hope, though distant, is not absent or lost. Restoring governance through people-driven development programmes, peace building through civil society initiatives, assuring the pre-eminence of local communities as evident in Hazarika’s conversations with the legendary Naga leader, Th. Muivah, and simple economic interventions through appropriate technologies — boats and health care, community mobilization and micro-credit — hold promise for solutions to the web of violence, poverty and marginalization. Writing on the Wall is a passionate call to all stakeholders in the North-east to embrace dialogue and use given platforms for peace, to go beyond the politics of tolerance to that of mutual respect. Only such multi-disciplinary, innovative approaches, rooted in realism, can bring stability and sustainable change to the region
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clean, journalistic reflections on issues of military governance, immigration, and indigeneity in northeast india. reads sometimes like travel memoir, sometimes like political theory; but always has well-informed understanding of the complexity of political and ethnic claims among Northeastern pe...
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