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Nation-building or state-making? India's North-East Frontier and the ambiguities of Nehruvian developmentalism, 1950–1959
Few Indian regions evoke political, economic, and cultural marginalisation as much as North-East India. Solutions to its political instability often assume that, provided the vicious circle ofExpand
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The international ambitions of Mao and Nehru: national efficacy beliefs and the making of foreign policy
In International ambitions, Andrew Kennedy uses new developments in political science to produce a sustained comparative analysis of the psychological roots of Nehru and Mao's foreign policy behavi...
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Reordering a Border Space: Relief, rehabilitation, and nation-building in northeastern India after the 1950 Assam earthquake*
Abstract On 15 August 1950, just as India was celebrating its third independence anniversary, an earthquake of 8.6 magnitude struck the remote northeastern state of Assam and its surroundingExpand
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TOUR DIARIES AND ITINERANT GOVERNANCE IN THE EASTERN HIMALAYAS, 1909–1962*
Abstract Between the early twentieth century and the 1960s, the Indian state began to incorporate the easternmost Himalayas. This article illuminates this state-making process by examining itsExpand
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A Void Screaming to Be Filled
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