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Maheep Singh asked : What measures should be taken to resolve the problem of Naxalism?

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  • Reply: Please refer to the following IDSA publications:

    P. V. Ramana, “Taming India’s Maoists: Surrender and Rehabilitation”, Strategic Analysis, Routledge, 37 (6), November 2013, pp. 716-728.

    Arijit Mazumdar, “Left-Wing Extremism and Counterinsurgency in India: The ‘Andhra Model’”, Strategic Analysis, 37 (4), July 2013, pp. 446-462.

    Deepak Kapoor, “The Maoist Threat”, Journal of Defence Studies, 7 (3), July-September 2013, pp. 5-9.

    V.K. Ahluwalia, “Strategy and Tactics of the Indian Maoists: An Analysis”, Strategic Analysis, 36 (5), September 2012, pp. 723-734.

    P. V. Ramana, “Measures to Deal with Left-Wing Extremism/Naxalism”, IDSA Occasional Paper No. 20, 2011.

    P. V. Ramana, “Negotiating with the Maoists: Lessons from the Andhra Experience”, IDSA Comment, October 13, 2011.

    Giridhari Nayak, “Strategy and Tactics in Countering Left Wing Extremists in India”, Strategic Analysis, 34 (4), July 2010, pp. 504-513.

    Harinder Singh, “Countering the Naxals”, IDSA Issue Brief, June 11, 2010.

    G. K. Pillai, “Left-Wing Extremism (LWE) in India”, Journal of Defence Studies, 4 (2), April 2010, pp. 1-9.

    Raman Dixit, “Naxalite Movement in India: The State's Response”, Journal of Defence Studies, 4 (2), April 2010, pp. 21-35.

    P. V. Ramana, “A Critical Evaluation of the Union Government's Response to the Maoist Challenge”, Strategic Analysis, 33 (5), September 2009, pp. 745-759.

    Posted on September 10, 2014