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Nomination of Interlocutor as Governor of Nagaland raised fresh hopes of conclusion of negotiations with NSCN (IM), Repealing of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, raised some apprehensions of Article 371 A in Nagaland.
Review of North East 2018 states security scenario improving, recorded lowest insurgency incidents, casualties among civilians- security forces, no insurgency left in Tripura and Mizoram.
NSCN-K second largest Naga group after Isaac Muivah split geographically into Indian- Myanmar factions, Myanmar dominant group expelled Khango Konyak.
Multiple splits in the NSCN K and the existence of the so called United National Liberation Front of WESEA (Western South East Asia) implies that the politics of militancy in the North East will remain complicated
Power struggle troubled NSCN-K, leaving Nagas confronted with polarizing realities of ethnic power politics, self preservation etc.
Expulsion of the Indian leadership of NSCN K will have a spiraling impact on overall struggle for independence by the Naga nationalists in India and Myanmar
A survey of the Naga peace process, the progress and why a final agreement seems elusive for now due to multiple factors?
Drug and Arms Trade from Wa State in Myanmar negates positive development of Indo Myanmar trade contends the author
Sense of urgency to Naga solution as term of 12th Nagaland Legislative Assembly to end by February/March 2018.
Delegation from Nagaland Gaon Burahs Federation called Narendra Modi.
With two of the original protagonists of the post Shillong Accord Naga independence movement having passed away is a breakthrough in talks possible ?
If engagement takes place on core issues solutions will emerge, there may be a time differential between Manipur and Kashmir.
The Union Minister although paved way for the Naga leaders to meet Khaplang.
Four models discussed and a new model proposed
NSCN R is breakaway faction of NSCN K
A tripartite meeting involving the representatives of Government of Assam, and ULFA was held on 29.06.2012 under the Chairmanship of Union Home Secretary (Sh. R.K.Singh) at New Delhi to discuss demands submitted by ULFA. ULFA delegation was led by Shri Arabinda Rajkhowa (Chairman, ULFA). Sh. P.C. Haldar Government of India Representative.
Naga reconciliation meet could not be held as the NSCN IM did not attend the reconciliation meet planned in Chiangmai on May 26.
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