Journal of North East India Studies (JNEIS) seeks to provide readers worldwide with peer-reviewed scholarly articles related to history, anthropology, sociology, economics, education, political science, religion and other issues related to Northeast India.

    It is an attempt to set a platform for debate and discussion among policymakers, opinion-makers, academics, journalists and theologians for in-depth analysis of Indias most volatile Northeastern region. JNEIS publishes groundbreaking studies, insightful commentary, and hard-hitting reviews that tackle the entire range of contemporary concerns across the region. The issues appear in print edition and are available in full-text on this website.

    The JNEIS welcomes submissions of original articles, commentaries, review essays and book reviews. It specialises in timely and expeditious publication of articles that impact on todays critical issues.

    Association for North East India Studies (ANEIS) is a professional association for scholars, students, social workers, and theologians interested in North East India. Its aim is to pursue intellectual discourses on the issues of Northeast India with a view to address them academically.


Northeast to the centre

The region has emerged as an important battleground in this election. By: Thongkholal Haokip With just 25 Lok Sabha seats, India’s Northeast has ...

On and Beyond the Inner Line Permit: A Report

By H. Srikanth For the last three months, Meghalaya has been in the grip of the agitation over the Inner Line ...

Manipur and the Paradox of Security (Book Review)

Reviewed by Teinkoo Soibam Sanghita Das. Manipur and The Paradox of Security. New Delhi: Anmol Publications, 2011, pp. 272, Rs. 995. Abstract "Manipur and ...

Once Again on AFSPA

By Roluahpuia As Indian democracy enter into its 66 years of surviving as the world largest democracy, yet, for the 39 million (a per 2001 census) people of North East India, Indian democracy has been so far a mere rhetoric. The region as it is known has been under continuing armed rebellions led by different ethnic [...]

Long-term approach to the menace of rape in India

By Thongkholal Haokip The fair and practical long term solution to the problem of rape lies on the improvement in the quality of Indian lives. This can be brought about through population stabilisation and more emphasis on education and increasing the spending in this sector. When population is stabilised much more financial resources can be [...]