Rebel Politics: A Political Sociology of Armed Struggle in Myanmar’s Borderlands
Explains how the changing political economies of Myanmar’s borderlands affected internal struggles over authority within the Karen and Kachin movements. Reviews conceptual understanding of rebellion as a social process. Describes the roots and development of Myanmar’s protracted ethnic conflict and the social contexts of rebellion. Focuses on Karen and Kachin ceasefire and the social foundations of war and peace.
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