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India and Nepal Hold Joint Meeting Amid Improvement in Ties
January 16, 2021

India and Nepal Hold Joint Meeting Amid Improvement in Ties

By Abhijnan Rej
The recent thaw in relations, however, does not mean Kathmandu is willing to budge on its boundary position.

The Makwanpur Model: Making Public Healthcare in Nepal Work
January 15, 2021

The Makwanpur Model: Making Public Healthcare in Nepal Work

By Chitij Karki and Harsh Mahaseth
Administrative decentralization has led to a vast improvement in the delivery of healthcare in Nepal. This is one district’s story.
2 Trips by South Asian Foreign Ministers: Between Home and Abroad
January 06, 2021

2 Trips by South Asian Foreign Ministers: Between Home and Abroad

By Abhijnan Rej
In South Asia, domestic politics often interfaces with geopolitics, presenting unexpected challenges for regional powers, big and small.

Thousands Demand Ouster of Nepal Leader as Party Feud Grows
December 30, 2020

Thousands Demand Ouster of Nepal Leader as Party Feud Grows

By Associated Press
Prime Minister K.P. Oli's controversial decision to dismiss Parliament cracked open a rift within the ruling Nepal Communist Party.

China Wades Into Nepal’s Political Crisis
December 28, 2020

China Wades Into Nepal’s Political Crisis

By Sudha Ramachandran
With the Nepal Communist Party cracking apart, Beijing is scrambling to preserve its interests.

Nepal President Dissolves Parliament in a Move Many Term ‘Unconstitutional’
December 21, 2020

Nepal President Dissolves Parliament in a Move Many Term ‘Unconstitutional’

By Abhijnan Rej
Nepal will hold fresh elections in April and May next year.

5 Facts About Nepal’s UN Membership
December 14, 2020

5 Facts About Nepal’s UN Membership

By Birat Anupam
Nepal became a member of the United Nations on December 14, 1955 – and it continues to contribute to that world body 65 years later.
Chinese Defense Minister Visits Nepal Amid Signs of Thaw in India-Nepal Relations
December 03, 2020

Chinese Defense Minister Visits Nepal Amid Signs of Thaw in India-Nepal Relations

By Sudha Ramachandran
A blockade of Nepal in 2015 that was unofficially supported by India has paved the way for greater ties between Beijing and Kathmandu.

Political Infighting in Nepal Reaches Alarming Levels Alongside High-Level Foreign Visits
November 27, 2020

Political Infighting in Nepal Reaches Alarming Levels Alongside High-Level Foreign Visits

By Sudha Ramachandran
While the Oli-Dahal fight has reached a critical point, Oli’s government continues to engage India and China as both jostle for influence in the Himalayan nation.

Indian Foreign Secretary Heads to Nepal as Relations Show Signs of Thaw
November 24, 2020

Indian Foreign Secretary Heads to Nepal as Relations Show Signs of Thaw

By Abhijnan Rej
India-Nepal relations have nosedived since May when India inaugurated a new road that, according to Nepal, passes through its territory.

Rape Cases Surge in Nepal, Activists Question Death Penalty
November 18, 2020

Rape Cases Surge in Nepal, Activists Question Death Penalty

By Bansari Kamdar
While awareness about sexual violence in Nepal has increased, activists still face an uphill battle.
Nepal’s Government is Curtailing the Public’s Ability to Protest Peacefully
November 06, 2020

Nepal’s Government is Curtailing the Public’s Ability to Protest Peacefully

By Suraj Ray
Nepal's government has restricted public assembly at a key location in Kathmandu using the ongoing pandemic as an excuse.

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