India’s North East Case Study – CIR’s analysis
Governing the Indian Union – “an explosive combination” of different States, language, religion and culture – requires unusual political skills. In “the world’s biggest democracy” the scale of tensions and conflicts of interest is proportional to the size and population of this complicated country. It can be seen in the example of the eight (seven till recently) North Eastern States, for decades shaken by all kinds of turmoil. The prevalence of peace, development agenda, as well as finding a way to unleash the human potential constitute three essential challenges of the region. – writes Małgorzata Bonikowska, Ph.D., President of CIR, in the analysis entitled India’s North East CASE STUDY.