INDIA'S FORGOTTEN WAR – blogging naxalism.

Debordered Insurgency? Redux.

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A previous post made the point that one of the advantages that the Maoists have vis-a-vis the state is their capacity to wage a debordered insurgency inside federal India. What is less clear is how debordered the Naxalites are regionally.

There have long been rumours of collaboration between the Nepalese and Indian Maoists. However, since the United Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) ended their armed struggle and won a democratic election, a rift developed between the two parties.

Now that Nepal again seems to be on the brink and the Maoists are on the outside looking in, rumours of renewed contacts have re-emerged.

Prachanda, the Nepalese Maoist leader, has denied any link:

“During the 10 years that our party went underground and waged the People’s War, Prachanda met representatives from many communist parties in the world,” Shrestha said. “The meetings occurred due to the parties sharing the same interests and ideologies.

“However, after our party signed a peace agreement and returned to mainstream politics in 2006, there has been no link between us and any other underground party.”

If Nepal descends back into a war waged by even a minority of disgruntled Maoist factions, India would face an even more dangerous, debordered insurgency.

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  1. naxalite started ,cause of coruppted politician ,fighting against naxalite and losing lots of soldier just like kargil war ,we have already losts hundreds of soldiers ,they worser than the people from cross the border. We have consider them as home grown terrorists .root out them without any sympathy .

    MANNY

    July 2, 2010 at 9:18 pm

  2. and communist party who supports them ,we have to ban this party

    MANNY

    July 2, 2010 at 9:19 pm


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