Traitors: Suspicion, Intimacy, and the Ethics of State-Building

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Index
Accountability, 3, 14, 50, 61. See also Collaboration; Denunciation
Accusation, 147, 165, 170, 182–83, 220, 229; cultures of, 146; public, 104–6
Agamben, Giorgio, 29, 250n12
Allegiance, 1, 70, 163–64
Althusser, Louis, 189
Antigone (Sophocles) 19–20, 236, 239
Apartheid, 150, 152–53, 162, 242n6, 251n2; post-apartheid, 152, 162
Appadurai, Arjun, 10, 68, 73, 79, 86, 117– 18, 186
Arafat, Yasser, 174–75, 184
Awami League party, 51–53
Azum, Gholam, 52–55, 57
Bangladesh, 8, 48–67, 233–35
Bangladesh National Party (BNP), 51–53
Baumann, Zygmunt, 133–34, 183
Benjamin, Walter, 211
Betrayal, 3, 17, 49, 111, 114, 117, 119, 121– 22, 133–35, 147, 151–53, 158, 160, 167, 171, 227; political life and, 16. See also Intimacy; Loyalty
Bhabha, Homi, 229–30
Bhutan, 7, 68–88, 239; monarchy in, 71–72. See also Zhabdrung
Bhutan People’s Party, 79, 82–83, 86
Borders, 74, 87–88, 92–93, 175, 177, 230
Bose, Subhas Chandra, 21
Burundi, 13, 110–26
Campaign to Suppress Counterrevolutionaries, in PRC, 94–98, 100, 102–4, 107–8
China, 76, 89–109, 234; PRC (People’s Republic of China), 10, 90–91, 94–109, 234–35. See also Chinese Communist Party
Chinese Communist Party (CCP), 89–94, 96, 98–101, 104–8
Cinema: Iranian, 188–92, 233; Hungarian, 201, 206
Citizenship, 3, 73, 75–77, 156, 170, 186; gendered, 153–55, 167; state-citizen relationship, 3, 162–63, 166
Cold War, 89, 91, 93–94, 99
Collaboration, 18, 20, 93, 163, 170–71, 176–80, 182–83. See also Collaborators
Collaborators, 49, 52–53, 65–67, 93, 169– 71, 178, 180–84, 187, 235; Biharis, 56– 57, 61; Razakars, 49, 54, 60, 63, 66, 243n3
Coloured (South African), 153–68, 251nn3, 4
Communism, 201, 205–6, 210, 214. See also Chinese Communist Party
Community, 151–52, 161, 165; moral, 152, 155, 157–59, 161–62, 164, 166, 238; policing, 150; work, 155, 161–63, 165
Complicity, 167, 170–71, 178, 183–84
Condemnation, 234–35
Counterrevolutionaries, 98, 100, 201
Crime, 150–51; political, 236–37
Crown (medieval Europe), 4–5; lese majesté, 4
Das, Veena, 16, 111–12, 122, 231, 249n11
Deception, 117–18
Denunciation, 18, 50, 58–59, 61, 64, 237– 38, 251n1; and political life, 16; performance of, 58–60
Dissent, 81, 189; expressions of, 44, 145–48; internal, 132; livelihood strategies and, 42
Dorji, Jigme, 71–72. See also Zhabdrung
Duplicity, 228, 239

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