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Food for Thought

RLS South Asia regularly publishes comments, short essays, political analysis and research papers, which can be accessed from the list below. Additionally you also find a selection of articles which our partners published as part of one of our joint projects.

 Agriculture, Bangla

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 Agriculture, English

Co-operative sugar factories in south Gujarat region are considered indicators of the successful fructification of the agro-industry concept. The concept in it self is considered an elixir for a range of problems such as poverty and unemployment.

 English, Society

Left front government in West-Bengal (1971-1982): Considerations on “Passive Revolution” and the Question of Caste in Bengal Politics.

 English, Society

The radical rural: left organization, revolutionary upsurge and popular movement in Midnapore and Birbhum, 1940s-1970s.

 English, Society

Contentious politics and popular movements: Enigma of Karpoori Thakur -  one of the foremost socialist leaders of Bihar who provided impetus to the idea of social justice and influenced the contours of backward caste politics.

 English, Society

Occupy College Street: Notes from the Sixties.

 English, Society

The creative & cultural dimension of the Naxalbari Movement: No social and political movement in post-independence
India spawned this amount of creativity as Naxalbari spawned.

 English, International, Trade

Conflict & Social Governance in Northeast India: Social governance is a form of governance that evolved in relation to conflict management and peace in the last few decades.

 English, International, Trade

Trade, capital and conflict: A case study of the frontier towns of Moreh-Tamu and Champhai affected by the new Act East policy.

 English, International, Trade

Finance capital and infrastructure development: the Asian context in view of the new Act East Policy.

 English, International, Trade

Representations of connectivity: The politics and economics of routes in the Asian context, namely the Silk Road.

 English, International, Trade

Interwoven realities: logistics and the reshaping of global governance - most propably in favour of China.