Insurgency-related violence continues in the northeast Indian state of Assam. Even though the fortunes of the United Liberation Front of Assam have declined significantly, a political settlement remains elusive. Unresolved tensions between regional patriotism and pan-Indianism explain the insurgent organization's resilience and the continuing appeal of its political ideology.
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