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Understanding Dhulagarh & Basirhat

INTRODUCTION

A constant rise in communalism within India has been seen since the ruling party came into power in 2014, in keeping with its party trend which can be traced throughout history. 3,662 more words

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Communal violence and transition in Myanmar

JCA readers in Copenhagen may be able to attend this event. It includes two authors – Nick Cheesman and Gerard McCarthy – from our recent special issue… 265 more words

Man died of lynching at Ramgarh

State Secretary of CPI(M) Gopikant Baksi at the burial of Alimuddin Asgar Ali as a member of the fact finding team that visited Ramgarh after he died of lynching by a 100 strong mob yesterday on accusations of carrying beef. 149 more words

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One killed, property destroyed as gangs clash in Mushin

​One killed as Mushin gangs clash over traders’ contributions

Afeez Hanafi

A hitherto tense Mushin area of Lagos State exploded into a war zone on Monday as two rival gang members engaged one another in a bloody clash. 628 more words

Cheesman on Interpreting Communal Violence in Myanmar

Nick Cheesman is a Fellow in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University, and a 2016-17 a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton. 56 more words

Communal Violence in Myanmar

As previously posted, Issue 3 of Volume 47 (2017) has gone to print and is available electronically  at the publisher’s site.

This number is a special issue. 44 more words

The production of communal violence in Myanmar

A sixth article of the seven in a forthcoming special issue on Interpreting Communal Violence in Myanmar, guest edited by Nick Cheesman, is available at the JCA publisher’s site for the journal. 168 more words