U.S.-North Korea Fragile Relat...

By Nehginpao Kipgen The Khaleej Times – August 12, 2009 It has been nine years since Bill Clinton, the forty-second and the...

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Pyongyang Worries World Again

By Nehginpao Kipgen   The Korea Times – March 30, 2009   North Korea is one of the few countries in the world that...

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US shifts policy on Myanmar

By Nehginpao Kipgen   The Brunei Times – November 26, 2008   IN AN apparent shift from the policy of traditional...

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What to do about Burma

By Nehginpao Kipgen  Asia Sentinel – November 20, 2008 The US appears ready to move beyond sanctions     With years of...

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A Date With NEIGRIHMS

By Lalthlamuong Keivom (L. Keivom)   My tryst with the NEIGRIHMS began in May 2008 by chance. After a gap of many years, my wife...

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The Kuki People in Post-Indepe...

By Lenin H. Kuki   The Kuki People   The Kukis are an ethnic people comprising numerous clans. These clans share a common...

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Footprints of the noble sons o...

By Dr. T.S. Gangte   I. Introduction:   I am constrained to say that we have failed to foster the tradition of political...

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The Kuki-Naga conflict: Juxtap...

By Lal Dena June 9, 2007: Ethnic conflict has become a very common form of social and political struggle in the modern world. There is...

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Burma and North Korea: Despera...

By Nehginpao Kipgen  Asian Tribune – April 29, 2007 For many Burma watchers and political analysts, it was not surprising when...

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