Shopping Bag

0 item(s) in cart/ total: $0    view cart
Hill Politics in Northeast  India
Hill Politics in Northeast India

Hill Politics in Northeast India

by S K Chaube

Your Price: $11.65
In Stock.

Product ID:2618

Language

English

Publisher

Orient Longman

ISBN

8125016953 - Year: 1999 - Pages: 292

Binding

Paperback

S K Chaube
Shipping Note: This item usually arrives at your doorstep in 10-15 days

Author: S K Chaube
Publisher: Orient Longman
Year: 1999
Language: English
Pages: 292
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8125016953

Description

Highlighting the emergence of autonomies in the region, the author has updated the story of political evolution of the hills of northeast India.

Since the middle of the nineteenth century the region has grown from ethnocentric tribal organisations to territorial autonomy structures through a profound process of change in all spheres of life and society led by an educated and sophisticated middle class.

Notwithstanding the incidence of violence and some of the secessionist overtones, the book is optimistic about the future. Individually, each turbulence is transient and can be seen as a part of an overall trend towards democractic politics.

Contents

Introduction

CHAPTER ONE
A Specialized Government

CHAPTER TWO
Perspectives of a New Personality

CHAPTER THREE
The Fourth Dimension of Culture

CHAPTER FOUR
Genesis of Hill Politics

CHAPTER FIVE
The Transfer of Power

CHAPTER SIX
The Sixth State

CHAPTER SEVEN
Meghalaya

CHAPTER EIGHT
Naga Politics

CHAPTER NINE
Mizo Politics

CHAPTER TEN
The Metamorphosis of a Frontier

CHAPTER ELEVEN
Tripura and Manipur

CHAPTER TWELVE
Importance of Northeast India

CHAPTER THIRTEEN
Basis of Autonomy

CHAPTER FOURTEEN
Postscript

Additional Bibliography

Appendix

Index

Related Items

Recently Viewed Items