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Ethnicity and insurgency in the Chittagong hill tracts region: a study of the crisis of political integration in Bangladesh


, : Ethnicity and insurgency in the Chittagong hill tracts region: a study of the crisis of political integration in Bangladesh. Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 31(3): 32-66

The population of Bangladesh, although almost ethno-linguistically homogeneous, does have significant numbers of non-Bangalees. The majority of these ethnic communities inhabit a region once known as the district of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT).

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DOI: 10.1080/14662049308447665

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