August 23, 2019

India-Bhutan Ties Are Thriving

By Sumit Kumar
Bhutan has been a time-tested friend to India, but Delhi could do more to address Bhutanese concerns.

May 08, 2019

Why the Melting of the Hindu Kush and Himalayan Glaciers Matters

By Nishtha Chugh
The entire region is headed for an immense climate crisis by 2100, scientists warn.
December 26, 2018

Why Bhutan’s ‘Blood Tax‘ Needs To Be Scrapped

By Namgay Zam
Bhutan’s regressive taxation of women’s sanitary products needs to go.

November 09, 2018

The Geopolitics of Language in the Himalayas

By Gerald Roche and Lauren Gawne
The Himalayas are a global center for linguistic diversity. But that diversity is at risk.

November 05, 2018

In Bhutan, a Win for Australia's International Education Strategy

By Grant Wyeth
Bhutan’s incoming prime minister and foreign minister both hold degrees from Australian universities.

September 29, 2018

How Many Women Will Bhutan Elect This Time?

By Namgay Zam
Will the day come when Bhutan's women have a greater say in the country's nascent democracy?
September 28, 2018

Northeast India Gets Closer to ASEAN, Courtesy of Bhutan

By Rupakjyoti Borah
A new air route brings northeast India closer than ever to Southeast Asia.

September 21, 2018

Bhutan’s Elections Demonstrate Continued Democratic Progress

By Karma Dema
Increased voter turnout for Bhutan’s parliamentary elections points to healthier democracy.

August 30, 2018

Making Sense of India's Revived Interests in BIMSTEC

By Harsh V. Pant
For New Delhi, BIMSTEC is about reimagining India’s strategic geography altogether.

August 28, 2018

When Freedom of Expression Isn't Free: Journalism, Facebook, and Censorship in Bhutan

By Namgay Zam
Can free expression and journalistic freedoms thrive in Bhutan?

August 24, 2018

Bhutan’s Unique Success in Reducing Poverty

By Kezang Wangchuk
“If the government cannot create happiness for its people, there is no purpose for the government to exist.”
July 26, 2018

Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Visits Bhutan in First High-Level Interaction Since the 2017 Doklam Standoff

By Ankit Panda
China's vice foreign minister made a rare trip to Bhutan to discuss the bilateral relationship between the two countries.

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