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What Is Getting in the Way of the 3rd Round of Indo–Naga Peace Talks?
October 01, 2020

What Is Getting in the Way of the 3rd Round of Indo–Naga Peace Talks?

By Anurug Chakma
As the Indian government negotiates with the Nagas, it must address concerns around symbolic differences, territorial integrity, and inclusivity in the talks.

China’s Insurgency Card in India’s Northeast Is Overhyped
September 03, 2020

China’s Insurgency Card in India’s Northeast Is Overhyped

By Avinash Paliwal
Even if China decides to increase military and financial support for insurgents in India’s Northeast, it will find it difficult to alter the security situation there.
Is China Behind a Recent Insurgent Attack in India’s Northeast?
September 01, 2020

Is China Behind a Recent Insurgent Attack in India’s Northeast?

By Avinash Paliwal
China’s support for insurgent groups in India’s Northeast has a murky history.

The Indian Government Seeks to Firm Up Another Peace Agreement in Disturbed Nagaland
October 29, 2019

The Indian Government Seeks to Firm Up Another Peace Agreement in Disturbed Nagaland

By StoriesAsia
Can this attempt succeed where others have not?

Amid Tatmadaw Offensive, India’s NSCN(K) Rebels Are on the Retreat
June 04, 2019

Amid Tatmadaw Offensive, India’s NSCN(K) Rebels Are on the Retreat

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
A recent offensive has the Naga rebels stepping back.

Are Indian Separatist Rebels in the Myanmar Army’s Crosshairs?
February 20, 2019

Are Indian Separatist Rebels in the Myanmar Army’s Crosshairs?

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Is the Myanmar military taking greater interest in Indian separatist groups on its territory?

The Opening of an India-Myanmar Land Border Crossing: A Boon for Northeast India
August 13, 2018

The Opening of an India-Myanmar Land Border Crossing: A Boon for Northeast India

By Rupakjyoti Borah
The move is a fillip for India's Act East policy and ties with ASEAN.
The Last Headhunters of Nagaland
April 04, 2018

The Last Headhunters of Nagaland

By Sugato Mukherjee
The Konyaks of India's northeast practiced headhunting into the 1960s. Some of those warriors are still alive today.

An Opaque Peace in India
August 09, 2015

An Opaque Peace in India

By Ankit Panda
The Indian government is coming under criticism for the opacity with which it concluded a recent peace agreement.

India May Have Just Put an End to Its Longest Insurgency
August 04, 2015

India May Have Just Put an End to Its Longest Insurgency

By Sanjay Kumar
A sudden peace agreement could stabilize Nagaland after decades of violence and insurgency.

The Folly of India's Hubris in Myanmar
June 26, 2015

The Folly of India's Hubris in Myanmar

By Vibhanshu Shekhar
Given the importance of the relationship, a little more humility is in order.
The Truth Behind Insurgency on the Indo-Myanmar Border
June 21, 2015

The Truth Behind Insurgency on the Indo-Myanmar Border

By Sanjay Kumar
The Diplomat's Sanjay Kumar speaks with Indian journalist Rajeev Bhattacharyya about the Indian northeast.

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