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Journalist Namgay Zam Leaves Bhutan: Brain Drain in Action
February 10, 2017
Journalist Namgay Zam Leaves Bhutan: Brain Drain in Action
The Diplomat visited Zam in Kathmandu to speak to her about her decision to leave Bhutan.
Journalist Namgay Zam Leaves Bhutan: Brain Drain in Action
The Case for Stronger Bhutanese-American Ties
December 22, 2014
The Case for Stronger Bhutanese-American Ties
There is a compelling argument for strengthening ties with the tiny kingdom of Bhutan.
The Case for Stronger Bhutanese-American Ties
Bhutan: The Indian Army’s Front Line
November 06, 2014
Bhutan: The Indian Army’s Front Line
Strategically located, the tiny Himalayan country is at the center of growing tensions between two great powers.
Bhutan: The Indian Army’s Front Line
Bhutan's Struggling Media
October 28, 2014
Bhutan's Struggling Media
Despite high hopes, journalism in Bhutan has struggled during its democratic transition.
Bhutan's Struggling Media
Bhutan and the Great Power Tussle
August 02, 2014
Bhutan and the Great Power Tussle
Both China and India recognize Bhutan’s strategic value, but their approaches are very different.
Bhutan and the Great Power Tussle
Bhutan’s Human Rights Record Defies ‘Happiness’ Claim
April 25, 2014
Bhutan’s Human Rights Record Defies ‘Happiness’ Claim
The UNHRC is looking at Bhutan’s record on human rights. It is less than stellar.
Bhutan’s Human Rights Record Defies ‘Happiness’ Claim
May 07, 2009
The Bhutan Inssurgencies
The cliff-perched fortresses that dot Bhutan’s mountainous perimeter serve as a testimony to a longstanding effort to keep out foreigners.
The Bhutan Inssurgencies
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