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Developmentalism as Strategy: Interrogating Post-colonial Narratives on India's North East critically examines the post-colonial developmental trajectory of the Indian State at its northeastern periphery. Due to its unique historical geography, India's North East has been systematically marginalized and was imagined as 'underdeveloped'. The dominant narrative of India's economic nationalism has largely acted as a strategy within the North East in the context of resource appropriation and national security, and producing new arrangements of knowledge, power and practices. Adopting a methodological approach of interdisciplinarity, this book attempts to understand the exceptions to India's dominant development policy as applied in the North East. In the changing dynamics of political economy ..
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Sold BySAGE Publications India
AuthorRakhee Bhattacharya
ImprintSAGE India
ISBN-139789353283186
FormatHardcover
LanguageEnglish
Pages356
Publication Date2019-7-1
Publication Year2019
CategoryEconomics & Development Studies,Political Science (General),Economics,Development Studies,Political Science

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Developmentalism as Strategy: Interrogating Post-colonial Narratives on India's North East critically examines the post-colonial developmental trajectory of the Indian State at its northeastern periphery. Due to its unique historical geography, India's North East has been systematically marginalized and was imagined as 'underdeveloped'. The dominant narrative of India's economic nationalism has largely acted as a strategy within the North East in the context of resource appropriation and national security, and producing new arrangements of knowledge, power and practices. Adopting a methodological approach of interdisciplinarity, this book attempts to understand the exceptions to India's dominant development policy as applied in the North East. In the changing dynamics of political economy of development in the region, the book further examines the subsequent transformation of the narrative of the North East from a 'geographic marginality to a 'natural gateway', and explores the alternative to such mainstream development approach by raising debates in India's North East.
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