The experience between the people of Myanmar’s Chin Hills and of Mizoram’s Lushai Hills shows that increased cross-border interaction has influenced the economic situation on both sides of the border. Sanjay Pulipaka blogs about the challenges and opportunities that come with increased exchanges across the border.
FELLOW, ICRIER-WADHWANI CHAIR IN INDIA-US POLICY STUDIES, ICRIER, NEW DELHI
Sanjay Pulipaka is a Fellow at the ICRIER-Wadhwani Chair in India-US Policy Studies, ICRIER, New Delhi. Previously, he was associated as a Fellow with the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS), Kolkata, and worked on a project pertaining to economic, social, and political developments in Myanmar. He was also a Visiting Fellow at University of Cambridge, UK, and a Fulbright Fellow, United States. His areas of interest include international politics, South and Southeast Asian politics, political transitions, conflict transformation, and Indian politics. He has also worked extensively in the areas of strengthening democracy at the grass-root levels, and in political & governance reforms.
Conflict Transformation, Indian Politics, International Politics, Political Transitions, South And Southeast Asian Politics
Last modified: December 21, 2017