Friday, January 22, 2016

Fwd: Project ACRPR: Why India?


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From: S G Naravane


 
 
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Project ACRPR: Why India? | IndiaFacts
In addition to powerful countries in the West, the insurgents, the secessionists and the foreign groups also like weak governments.
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In addition to powerful countries in the West, the insurgents, the secessionists and the foreign groups also like weak governments.
Armed Conflict Resolution and People's Rights' housed at Haas School of Business, University of Berkeley, California aims to study internal armed conflicts and mass violence around the world and the impact they have on people's rights.
What is hugely curious is its choice of India as a case study.
The project does not claim to study all the culprits in a conflict. It only purports to study the 'cruelties of the State power' and how it is 'misused' against the armed 'combatants'. Therefore, all the atrocities committed by terrorist insurgencies in the world are automatically excluded from its purview.
From around the world, it has taken only South Asia as its concerned cultural area of focus; and in South Asia, only India is taken as a case study. One wonders why a project which aims to study 'human rights violations by the State' and 'mass violence' would pass over dozens of conflicted countries in the world where State violence is extreme and zero in on India as a case study.
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Understandably, the ACRPR Project vehemently opposes the BJP and the Narendra Modi Government, while scarcely blaming the Congress Party and the UPA regimes.
As the upcoming parts of this series will show, there is enough material to suspect that the ACRPR Project is designed to destabilize the Modi government and create chaotic, war-like situation in India by instigating communal riots in the country.



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